Old Photograph Post Office Rosneath Scotland
Old photograph of thatched cottages and the Post Office in Rosneath located two miles from Kilcreggan, Scotland. The Rosneath area has been settled from at least 600 onwards, when St. Modan, a travelling missionary, founded a church there. The parish was home to many cottages, the occupants of which were for the vast bulk of the area's history employed in agriculture and fishing. Frequent shipping services to Glasgow, Greenock and beyond were vital for the local economy until recently.
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