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Abbey Close
Titled: 'Site of Town Halls at Abbey Close... Artizans Institute, Cross Bridge, site of Dunn Square... George Hotel'
Inscribed on verso: 'Valuable. The buildings on right were taken down when the bridge was widened to 100 feet early this century.'
Paisley, general view, showing Paisley Abbey and Clark and Co. Anchor Mills Thread Works.  Oblique aerial photograph taken facing south-east.
Paisley Abbey and George A Clark Town Hall, Gauze Street, Paisley.  Oblique aerial photograph taken facing north-east.
View of entrance 
Titled: 'St Mirin's Aisle.' [Gardner, Alexander in "A handbook to Paisley" calls this 'St Mirin's chapel or the once famous Sounding Aisle.']
View of houses with family group standing outside.
Titled: 'The Place of Paisley.'
Inscribed on verso; 'In its latter days it became a pub and a low tenement. It is now the Session House of Paisley Abbey. The residence of the Cochranes of Dundonald. Here Jean Cochran was married to John Graham Duke of Claverhouse, "Bloody Claverhouse". He was killed at Killiecrankie. She afterwards married and was killed with her infant son in Holland. Their bodies were discovered in perfect preservation in Kilsyth Old Aisle two hundred years later. See the book "My Lady Dundee" for details.
[Used in Gardner, Alexander "A handbook to Paisley,"and in Rowand, David "Pictorial history of Paisley," (1993) where it is said to have been restored c1912.]
Paisley Abbey, Abbey Close, also showing Paisley Town Hall.  Oblique aerial photograph taken facing north.
Place of Paisley, Abbey Close
Place of Paisley, Abbey Close