Archives and records
Visiting South Lanarkshire Council Archives and Records Centre
Where we are
The Archives and Records Centre is in College Milton Industrial Estate, on the north west of East Kilbride. The centre is walking distance from Hairmyres train station (about 30 minutes) which is serviced from Glasgow Central station. Bus services run along the Queensway and Stewartfield Way, both within walking distance. There is free parking at the centre if you are travelling by car.
The address is:South Lanarkshire Council Archives and Records Centre
30 Hawbank Road
The Archives and Records Centre has a search room where visitors can visit by appointment only email email@example.com to book.
We do not hold all the archives for the South Lanarkshire area, however we can answer any questions or queries you may have on the archives we do hold by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
You can look at our collections pages, or search our catalogues which are available through the Scottish Archive Network. Alternatively, you are welcome to contact the Archives and Records Centre by email, letter or phone for help.
There is no charge for consulting archives in the search room, although charges apply if you ask for copies of records.
Digital images of a selection of the archives held by the service are available via SCRAN. These include:
- pages from the County of Lanark Commissioners of Supply's cess book for 1724-25
- company letterheads from the Burgh of Hamilton collection
- photographs from the East Kilbride Development Corporation archive including shots of the town model, Royal visits, and the Olympia Centre. Requests to re-use these images should be submitted via the SCRAN website.
Copies of all other archives held can be requested directly from the service. Copies will be provided wherever possible, ensuring the archive is not damaged by the process.
- Archives and records
- Other useful sources
- Burgh records
- County Council of the County of Lanark
- District Councils
- East Kilbride Development Corporation
- Local businesses, organisations and individuals
- Visiting South Lanarkshire Council Archives and Records Centre