Old Largs Photos and Postcards

Welcome to the Old Largs Photos and Postcards web site.

The Scottish gaelic name for Largs is An Leargaidh Ghallda. The original name means "the slopes" (An Leargaidh.) Largs with its beautiful scenery and views over the Isle of   Cumbrae, Arran and Bute has been a very popular holiday destination for over 150 years.

With the introduction of commercial postcards in 1894 Largs was the ideal location to take advantage of this new type of media.

This site showcases many images of Largs taken from old postcards and photographs. Many of these have been taken by local photographers W Couts and Hampston and J   R  Simpson. The Old Largs team are constantly searching for new images of Largs so keep check back with us for new additions.

We have eventually managed to drag our web design team out of the Anchor Bar and get this site completed. We have tons of new images ready to post so keep checking back. If you have any images you wish to share with us please get in touch or if you have any background historical information on an image or wish to contribute anything to this site we would love to hear from you. Meanwhile we hope you enjoy exploring our web site and enjoy the images on display.

old largs cumbraen amustments
guded tour arround largs pier
old moorings
old largs guide book
guided largs to gallowgate street
largs cimenas icon
now and then merged
largs main street walk icon
the history of nardinis
photos of old largs boating pond
old largs main street photos
gallogate street largs
visitor to largs pier
old largs hotels icon
traditional largs postcards icon
largs pier new
d day
photos of old largs haylie brae
photos of of largs south side
largs prom
bonnie blink tea room
largs and castelvecchi icon
largs zoo icons