Place:Ranfurly, Renfrewshire, Scotland


Alt namesRann Feòirlingsource: Wikipedia
Coordinates55.867°N 4.55°W
Located inRenfrewshire, Scotland
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Ranfurly (Scottish Gaelic: Rann Feòirling) is a small settlement on the southern edge of the village of Bridge of Weir, which lies within the Gryffe Valley in the council area and historic county of Renfrewshire in the West-Central Lowlands of Scotland.

Ranfurly owes its name to the 15th century Ranfurly Castle and to form a dormitory settlement of residential housing in the Victorian Era. Today Ranfurly is a conservation area.

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