Gallery - Sundials to be found in the Stirling Area

 

The Sundial beside the Cowane Hospital in Old Stirling

Dated 1727, missing it's Gnomon.

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The face plate of the Sundial

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Detail of the face plate showing the Equation of Time table.

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The Sundial above the entrance to the Higland Hotel in Stirling, formerly the High School and location of the Society telescope.

The sundial was made by William Peck of Edinburgh in 1891. Peck also designed the High School telescope.

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I ONLY COUNT THE SUNNY HOURS

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The Sundial on the South-West corner of Logie Kirk.

Dated to 1684

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The Sundial on the north side of Broad Street, Stirling.

Broken gnomon.

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There are several sundials to be found in and around Stirling. An old method of telling the time, each is specifically made for its location and none are the same.