|LANGHOLMITES OF BYGONE DAYS 13|
|Apothecary Hall in Langholm High Street, circa 1900|
|J. B. Balfour Grocer, circa 1900|
|Langholm Bridge around 1900|
Built in 1775 and widened in 1880.
The Souter's stane broke away in November 1898
Souter's Stane so named because shoemakers and cobblers tanned their skins on the rock.
(Drummond Anderson, jeweller as a boy is sitting alone on a rock)
|Tibby Lugs Entry circa 1895|
|Boatford Suspension Bridge in 1878|
|The Langholm Town Band Drummer's Chest Plate depicting the year the band was formed - 1815|
|Langholm Burgh Arms|
Three of the symbols are carried aloft at all Common Ridings, these are:
Thistle, Spade, and Sa't Herring nailed to a Barley Banna.
The lamb depicts the woollen trade that is prevalent in town
|J. B. Balfour Whisky Flagon|
|Gilnockie Inn Whisky Flagon|