William Forrest's 1816 map of the Northern part of the County of Lanark. The map is in sections. Rutherglen is in the second row, second section from the left. Zoom in to see the names of the estates and their owners.
Rutherglen Cenotaph. Page on Lesley Gaffey's family tree website which provides information on the WWI soldiers named on Rutherglen's war memorial.
Glasgow Science Centre podcast featuring Society members Bob McDonald and Colin Findlay who discuss the geothermal legacy left by the coal mining industry. Part of GSC's Climate Conversations series.
Rutherglen Ladies FC Blog by Dr. Fiona Skillen and Steve Bolton about women's football in inter-war Scotland, focussing on Rutherglen Ladies.
The Haunted Heritage Tour of Rutherglen Library.. A YouTube video about a building full of stories. Join Zen Boyd of Rutherglen Heritage Centre for a haunted tour of the stunning 1907 Carnegie-built Rutherglen Library & Heritage Centre. Ghosts of readers and librarians past, stained glass dome, and Art Nouveau original features.
Rutherglen then and Now. A slideshow on YouTube compiled by Ruglonian Mairi Maxwell who now lives with husband Jim in Vancouver, BC. The slideshow comprises old and recent photos of Rutherglen, reflecting the changes in the town over time.
Other Heritage Societies and Forums
Background map by Charles Ross, 1773, reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland