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Lochwinnoch Surrounding Area Here you can find Local Area Information in Lochwinnoch and near Lochwinnoch .

Lochwinnoch
This permanent human settlement is situated 0.0  miles away from Lochwinnoch's center. Lochwinnoch, a agglomerations of buildings where people live and work .. read more

River Calder
This stream is situated 0.7  miles away from Lochwinnoch's center. River Calder, a body of running water moving to a lower level in a channel on land .. read more

Castle Semple Loch
This lake is situated 1.3  miles away from Lochwinnoch's center. Castle Semple Loch, a large inland body of standing water .. read more

Glengarnock
This permanent human settlement is situated 2.7  miles away from Lochwinnoch's center. Glengarnock, a agglomerations of buildings where people live and work .. read more

Maichwater
This stream is situated 2.7  miles away from Lochwinnoch's center. Maichwater, a body of running water moving to a lower level in a channel on land .. read more

Howwood
situated 3.5  miles away from Lochwinnoch's center, Howwood is a small commuter town in Renfrewshire, Scotland. The town is located just off the main dual carriageway between Paisley and the Ayrshire border. It is served by Howwood railway station. High above Howwood sits Castle Walls. Its history dates back to The Iron (...) .. read more

Beith
situated 3.5  miles away from Lochwinnoch's center, Beith is a small town in North Ayrshire, Scotland with a population of approxiamately 7,000. One of its main claims to fame is that a signatory of the American Declaration of Independence, the Rev. John Witherspoon, was a former minister of its parish. Dr Henry Faulds, the originator of the forensic use of fi .. read more

Kilbirnie
situated 3.6  miles away from Lochwinnoch's center, Kilbirnie (from the Gaelic ''Cille Bhraonaidh'') is a small town of around 8500 inhabitants situated in North Ayrshire on the west coast of Scotland. Historically the town built up around the flax and weaving industries before iron and steelmaking took over in the 19th and early 20th centuries. (...) .. read more

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