A residential district of Cumbernauld in North Lanarkshire, Carrickstone lies a mile north of the town centre. Existing as a farm steading in the 19th C., the area takes its name from the Carrick Stone, the only Roman altar still it situ in Scotland. The street names are taken from Scottish golf courses (Belleisle, Callander, Cathkin, Cawder, Darley, Dornoch, Dunning, Fullarton, Gailes, Glenbervie, Gleneagles, Hayston, Lansdowne, Letham Grange, Moray, Muirfield, Nairn, North Berwick, Portland, Ranfurly, Southerness and Turnberry).

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