Tower of St. Columba's Church in Kilmacolm
Kilmacolm is generally believed to take its name from Scots Gaelic
meaning cell or church of Columba,
derived from the dedication of its ancient church to St. Columba of Iona.
St. Columba's Church in Kilmacolm
St Columba's Church ( c.1902 ) is of Gothic Revival style and is a Category A listed building .
The Tower of St. Columba's Church is a landmark in Kilmacolm
The Old Kirk in Kilmacolm
The parish church ( Old Kirk ) was mainly constructed in 1831
and incorporates a 13th century chancel.
It is a B-listed building and another example of the Gothic Revival style.
The Clock Tower of the Old Kirk in Kilmacolm
Mount Zion Church in Quarrier's Village
Quarrier's was constructed as the Orphans Homes of Scotland
in the late 19th century by the philanthropist William Quarrier.
The orphans' homes and associated buildings have now been converted
into private housing and expansion has taken place
with residential development.
A charity under the name of Quarriers
continues the work of the former homes and is based within the village.
The Clock Tower of Mount Zion Church
Mount Zion Church was known as the
It is now under conversion
to private luxury dwellings.
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