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Iain Buick provides a monthly view back into Newtyle’s history through the articles in the Church newsletter.  December’s issue has an article on the weaving industry in the village in the 1840s and 1850s.  He mentions George Moon’s 32 Loom … Continue reading

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Historic Maps

For those of you interested in the history and geography of the Strathmore valley and its towns and villages, there is a great resource at the National Library of Scotland.  There is an excellent collection of browseable online maps going … Continue reading

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Newtyle: A Planned Manufacturing Village

Newtyle: A Planned Manufacturing Village by William Murdoch Duncan (1979) This is an account of the history of the village of Newtyle which started as a collection of material relating to the Dundee and Newtyle railway.  This endeavour lead to … Continue reading

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