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List of burghs in Scotland
This is a link page for burghs (pronounced burras) in Scotland. These are the equivalents of towns in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The most important burghs are royal burghs, followed by burghs of regality and burghs of barony . Some newer settlements were only designated as police burghs , a classification which also applies to most of the older burghs. For convenience, Scottish cities are also listed, marked in bold.
Legally speaking, burghs in Scotland were abolished in 1975, however the term remains in common usage.
Aberchirder, Aberdeen, Aberfeldy, Aberlour, Abernethy, Airdrie, Airth, Alloa, Alva, Alyth, Annan, Arbroath, Ardrossan, Armadale , Auchterarder, Auchtermuchty, Ayr
Ballater, Banchory, Banff, Barrhead, Bathgate, Bearsden, Bellshill, Bervie , Biggar, Bishopbriggs, Blairgowrie and Rattray, Blanytre, Bo'ness, Bonnyrigg, Brechin, Bridge of Allan, Buckie, Burghead, Burntisland
Callander, Campbeltown, Carluke, Carnoustie, Castle Douglas, Clackmannan, Clydebank, Coatbridge, Cockenzie and Port Seton, Coldstream, Coupar Angus, Cowdenbeath, Crail, Crieff, Cromarty, Cullen, Culross, Cumbernauld, Cumnock, Cupar
Dalbeattie, Dalkeith, Denny, Stirlingshire, Dingwall, Dornoch, Doune, Dufftown, Dumbarton, Dumfries, Dunbar, Dunblane, Dundee, Dunfermline, Dunoon, Duns
Earlsferry, East Kilbride, East Linton, Edinburgh, Elgin, Eyemouth
Falkirk, Falkland, Findochty, Forfar, Forres, Fortrose, Fort William, Fraserburgh
Galashiels, Galston, Girvan, Glasgow, Gourock, Grangemouth, Grantown-on-Spey, Greenock
Haddington, Hamilton, Hawick, Helensburgh, Huntly
Innerleithen, Inveraray, Inverbervie , Inverkeithing, Inverness, Inverurie, Irvine
Keith, Kelso, Kilbarchan, Kilcreggan, Kilmarnock, Kilrenny , Kilsyth, Kilwinning, Kinghorn, Kingussie, Kinross, Kintore, Kirkcaldy, Kirkcudbright, Kirkintilloch, Kirkwall, Kirriemuir
Ladybank , Lanark, Langholm, Largs, Lauder, Laurencekirk , Lerwick, Leslie, Leven, Linlithgow, Loanhead , Lochgelly , Lochgilphead, Lochmaben , Lockerbie, Lossiemouth
Macduff, Markinch , Maybole, Melrose, Methil, Millport, Milngavie, Moffat, Monifieth , Montrose, Motherwell, Musselburgh
Nairn, Newburgh, New Galloway, Newmilns, Newport on Tay , Newton Stewart, North Berwick
Paisley, Partick, Peebles, Penicuik, Perth, Peterhead, Pittenweem, Pitlochry, Port Glasgow, Portknockie , Portsoy, Prestwick
Renfrew, Rosehearty, Rothes, Rothesay, Rutherglen
St Andrews, St Monans , Saltcoats, Sanquhar, Selkirk, Stevenston, Stewarton , Stirling, Stonehaven, Stornoway, Stranraer, Stromness
Tain, Tayport , Thurso, Tillicoultry, Tobermory, Tranent , Troon, Turriff
Whitburn , Whithorn, Wick, Wigtown, Wishaw
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