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Our family has recently moved into the old station masters house on Newton rd and would be keen to hear from anyone with memories, photos, etc of the old station and/or station house.
While remaining stock lasts you should visit Computer Shop, Barn Street where you can view at your leisure a series of prints of old Strathaven. You may find something within the collection that you are after. The prints are ready mounted for framing and modestly priced at that. Also on sale a CD of my entire picture collection and a DVD with sound-track.
Best of luck.
Cheers Bob, I'll pop into the Computer Shop and have a look. Many thanks for the picture you posted, its nice to see what the station was like and in relation to the house.
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