Photo Gallery for Forth & Clyde canal (between Auchinstarry and the Stables) - Scroll down to see all the photos:


Forth & Clyde Canal at Devil's Elbow
Forth & Clyde Canal at Devils Elbow
(Above) Attractive autumnal view of Devil's Elbow just west of Auchinstarry.
Photo Credit: Scott Marine Services
(Above) Looking east from Devil's Elbow in the direction of Auchinstarry
Photo Credit: Scott Marine Services
Twechar Lift Bridge on the Forth & Clyde Canal Kilsyth from the Forth and Clyde Canal
(Above) Twechar Bridge (lift road bridge operated by Scottish Canals staff) looking back in the direction of Kirkintilloch.
Photo Credit: Kevin Castle, Evesham.
(Above) Heading east on the F&C between Kirkintilloch and Twechar Bridge, looking north. The small town of Kilsyth nestled on the edge the Kilsyth Hills.  
Photo Credit: Scott Marine Services
Hillhead Bridge at Kirkintilloch on the Forth and Clyde Canal
Saint Marys Church from the Forth & Clyde Canal
(Above) Waiting on the pontoon for the 9.15am opening of Hillhead Swing Bridge at Kirkintilloch, with the Kilsyth Hills visible through the mist to the north.
Photo Credits: Scott Marine Services
(Above) St Mary's Church, canalside at Kirkintilloch.
Photo Credit: Scott Marine Services.

Forth and Clyde canal just west of Kirkintilloch Moorings at the Stables on the Forth & Clyde Canal
(Above) Pleasant early morning cruise from the 'Stables' heading east for Kirkintilloch.
Photo Credit: Scott Marine Services
(Above) The F&C Canal Society boats moored opposite the 'Stables' pub. The pontoon moorings useful for the pub - but also as an overnight mooring before booking the Hillhead Swing Bridge at Kirkintilloch the following day, when heading east - OR if heading west, the Maryhill Locks down to Bowling.
Photo Credit: Scott Marine Services