Blackford Old Parish Church

A fairly nondescript village on the road and railway between Stirling and Perth, Blackford is today mostly known for being the site of Tullibardine Distillery, well seen from the A9 dual carriageway. While you're in the area, the sixteenth century church is worth a visit, on a low hill on the opposite of the village. It was superseded by a church on the main street in 1859, leaving behind what is now a peaceful and atmospheric ruin.

[Blackford Old Parish Church]

Name: Blackford Old Parish Church ☆☆☆
Location: B8081, east side of Blackford, G.R.: NN 901094 / teams hindered fields
Open: Always
Cost: Free
Anything else? Park just beyond the level crossing and follow the grassy path for a short distance to the church.

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