Old Photograph Cottage Post Office Daljarrock Scotland
Old photograph of people outside the cottage Post Office in Daljarrock by Pinwherry, Ayrshire, Scotland. Daljarrock mean, “ field of the oaks ”. Daljarrock House was a stronghold of the Kennedy family. It is also said that parts of the house and cellars were used to store contraband brought there by smugglers. Until after the Second World War it was a private dwelling house. Thereafter it became a hotel; the first owner being James Barke, the author of a number of books on Robert Burns.
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