Changing Kilmarnock 1930s-1970s DI Stairwell
|Date||Occurs 01/09/2015 - 31/03/2016|
|Time||Tues - Sat 11am-5pm|
Our new display on the Stairwell showcases a fantastic collection of photographs from East Ayrshire Council’s Archives. The photographs show the changing face of Kilmarnock from the 1930s to the 1970s, often showing buildings and streets on the verge of demolition or redevelopment. From Riccarton, up to Netherton, the town centre, to Bonnyton and the High Street area, these evocative photographs show a town in transition.
The Dick Institute
- Elmbank Ave
- East Ayrshire
- KA1 3BU
- Tel: 01563 554300
|Disabled toilet facilities||Yes|
|Museum and Gallery spaces||Yes|
|Central lending library||Yes|
|Permanent collections - local & social history, natural sciences & archaeology||Yes|
|Temporary displays & changing exhibitions||Yes|
|Events & workshops||Yes|
|Temporary & permanent museum & art displays||Yes|
|Contemporary and fine art displays||Yes|
|School & group visits welcome by appointment||Yes|
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