Cumbernauld Landmarks

You do not need to look far afield to come across Cumbernauld Landmarks. Like most towns, these will go largely unremarked upon by the residents - you know the old saying that "familiarity breeds contempt."

That really should not be the case as there are some really outstanding Landmarks in the Cumbernauld area, some of which are shown below.

Cumbernauld House
Cumbernauld House Rear May 2010
Cumbernauld House. Probably the most famous landmark in Cumbernauld, this is the ancestral home of the Fleming family. For many years it was the headquarters of the Cumbernauld Development Corporation.
St. Enoch Clock
St Enoch Clock
This can be seen in the town centre. It is the only piece of St Enoch railway station which is known to have survived and was presented to Cumbernauld in 1977. CLICK HERE for more information.
Angel of the 'Nauld
Arria - The Angel Of The Nauld
Dubbed "The Angel of the 'Nauld" by one publication, this 10 metre steel sculpture by Glasgow artist Andy Scott was erected overlooking the M80 in August 2010. CLICK HERE for more information.

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