3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1 Manor Street, Falkirk, FK1 1NT, United Kingdom
Antonine Hotel
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  • Business75

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Travel Tips for Falkirk

boat carrying gondola

by ndahl

Due to the fact that vessels displace their own weight in water, the gondolas which carry vessels up and down weigh no more when full of boats than when they are empty, thus, in a perfectly balanced structure, little force is required to operate it.
I believe it costs less to operate than two bars of an electric fire

The Steeple

by stevezero

The present steeple is the third structure to grace this site. The first was built in the 16th Century. Its replacement lasted until 1803, which was demolished due to subsidence.
The present steeple was completed in 1814 at a cost of £1460. It was built from local sandstone and stands about 42 m high. A top section had to be replaced when it was struck by lightening in 1927.
The steeple housed the town jail, and two cells can still be found on the upper levels, which is accessed by a narrow spiral staircase.

Falkirk, a town full of history

by Jimmythree

"Around the town"

I was born in Falkirk and it has always been my home and so I know the area pretty Well.

Since the 10th century we have been a town built around a 'Speckled' church. A name given due to the stonework with which it's built.
"Faw" is Scottish for speckled and 'kirk' is Church hence the name - Faw kirk became Falkirk.
William Wallace, no not the Mel Gibson one, was defeated here in 1197 and Bonny Prince Charlie won his major battle here around 1745. In between, and since Falkirk has courted and is prominent in Scottish history.
The town is ideally situated: Edinburgh is 20 miles East and Glasgow is 20 West and Stirling, the gateway to the Highlands, is only 9 miles to the north.
We have an excellent shopping centre and many excellent leisure facilities and our most recent attraction is "The Falkirk Wheel" a huge contraption by which boats can transfer from one waterway to another.


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Address: 1 Manor Street, Falkirk, FK1 1NT, United Kingdom