Blue Walk - Walk B


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  • Location 2 - South and Levern Parish Church  » Select to zoom ->

    Location 2 - South and Levern Parish Church

  • Location 4 - Municipal Chambers and Burgh Court Hall  » Select to zoom ->

    Location 4 - Municipal Chambers and Burgh Court Hall

  • Location 6 - Home of Zechariah John Heys  » Select to zoom ->

    Location 6 - Home of Zechariah John Heys

  • Location 7 - Council Housing  » Select to zoom ->

    Location 7 - Council Housing

  • Location 8 - South Arthurlie House  » Select to zoom ->

    Location 8 - South Arthurlie House

  • Location 9 - Arthurlie House  » Select to zoom ->

    Location 9 - Arthurlie House

  • Location 10 - Arthulie Cross / Arthur's Cross  » Select to zoom ->

    Location 10 - Arthulie Cross / Arthur's Cross

  • Location 11 - Sluice Gate  » Select to zoom ->

    Location 11 - Sluice Gate

  • Location 12 - Arthurlie Inns  » Select to zoom ->

    Location 12 - Arthurlie Inns

  • Location 15 - Masonic Lodge  » Select to zoom ->

    Location 15 - Masonic Lodge

  • Location 14 - Bourock Parish Church  » Select to zoom ->

    Location 14 - Bourock Parish Church


Walk B: 55 minutes at moderate pace

Historic Sites

The marked sites on this walk include; South and Levern Church, Municipal Chambers, Provost Heys House, Council Housing, South Arthurlie House, Arthurlee House, Arthurlie Cross, Sluice Gate, Arthurlie Inns, Co-operative buildings, Bourock Parish Church, Weavers Cottage.

Street by Street Guide

The walk covers the Springhill, Arthurlie and Levernside areas of the town. Start: East Renfrewshire Council Offices – Main Street – Bank Street – Lowndes Street – Arthurlie Street – Weir Avenue – Arthurlie Avenue – Grampian Way – Springhill Road – Carnock Crescent – Levern Crescent – Kirkton Avenue – Kelburn Street – Main Street – Finish.

Other Sites

Other sites on this walk that are not marked but also have historical importance in the town are, EU Congregational Church, Glowerin Raw (site of), Railway Viaduct, Braehead Cottage, Arthurlie Church and Arthurlie Colliery (site of).