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Stirling City Heritage Trust

Digital DOD presentation & Self-led walk

Online lecture: The Men Who Built Stirling: McLuckie & Walker

Uncover the life and work of two unsung heroes of Stirling’s architectural heritage.

Architects, Andrew McLuckie and Ronald Walker, had a significant impact on the townscape of Stirling. Their buildings touched the day-to-day aspects of life: work, home, worship, education and commerce.

On Thursday 16 September at 6pm join Stirling City Heritage Trust’s Dr Lindsay Lennie for an online talk to discover more about Stirling’s taste for roller skating, as well as its historic hospitals, pubs, and stylish villas.

This webinar follows on from the McLuckie & Walker Exhibition which was produced with the assistance and archival material from Stirling Archives, The Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum, Stirling Local History Society, and The British Newspaper Archives and was hosted by ‘Made In Stirling’ throughout June 2021.

Booking is required. To register for the online talk please email A link will be emailed the day before the event.

Self-guided Heritage Trail: Stirling’s Architects: McLuckie & Walker and John Allan

Stirling City Heritage Trust are pleased to offer a Heritage Trail of the city centre, showcasing some of the many buildings designed by local architects McLuckie & Walker and John Allan in the late 19th and early 20th century.

You can pick-up a free copy of our self-guided Heritage Trail exclusively from The Smith Art Gallery & Museum, Albert Place, Stirling FK8 2RQ

Let the Trust know about your walk via social media using #stirlingheritage to share your photos of the city’s amazing architecture!


Starts Duration Location Contact
Thursday 16 September 2021 a 12:00 am 1 day
Friday 17 September 2021 a 12:00 am 1 day
Saturday 18 September 2021 a 12:00 am 1 day
Sunday 19 September 2021 a 12:00 am 1 day
Monday 20 September 2021 a 12:00 am 1 day