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It is a nicely worded plaque with other famous people. If you are an Ac/DC fan, this is less than a block from the museum here and about maybe 1.5 blocks up the hill from the Bon statue. So easy to hit all three places...More
Sculpted by talented Local man, Bruce Walker, to add to his poignant walkway round the back of the High Street, Kirriemuir, and adjacent to other Kirriemuir heroes such as the great Sir James Matthew Barrie O.M., of Peter Pan fame, old Munro, after whom the...More
If you wantto come to the birthplace of Bon Scott there is Bonfest every year and DD8 Music Group have raised funds to commission a local Artist to make a statue of Bon Scott which is situated in the large Carpark on Bellies Brae and...More
A nice quiet spot where you will find several plaques to commemorate people from Kirriemuir (winners of the Victoria Cross, JM Barrie and of course Bon). It's located down Cumberland Lane, first left as you enter the town from the south.
Visited the Bon Scott plaque whilst on an afternoon trip to Kirriemuir with my wife.
It can be a little difficult to locate if you are not familiar with the area. Directly across the road from the Gateway to the Glens museum is a narrow...More
That title might seem to be in another language by most... But don't be fooled because that's how old Bon Scott Scott would've described the location of the statue dedicated to him had he remained in Kirriemuir for all his short-life days.
The plaque on...More