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    Kirkintilloch is a historic town that is also known as the ‘Canal Capital of Scotland’.

    The history of Kirkintilloch dates back to Roman times when it was where a fort stood on the Antonine Wall, the northern-most limit of the Roman Empire. Kirkintilloch's heyday was during the 19th century when, thanks to the Forth & Clyde Canal and good railway links to Glasgow and beyond, it prospered as a centre for weaving, shipbuilding and iron founding.

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