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Download as PDF Printable version. They owned many coal mines, pits and other companies in Springside and other places. John Finnie Street is named after one of the family.
Shoes were also a major product for some time: Saxone had a factory in the town on the site where the Galleon Leisure Centre now stands and was the largest shoe production factory in operation in Scotland with a staff base of 1, employees at the plants peak.
The Glasgow and South Western Railway set up their works here, producing nearly locomotives by the time it was absorbed by the London, Midland and Scottish Railway in Some work continued, but heavy repairs were sent to St.
Locomotive repairs finished in , and the works closed in Nevertheless, locomotives are still made by Hunslet-Barclay now Wabtec , as well as the maintenance of existing diesel and electric multiple units.
From self-propelled combine harvesters were built in Kilmarnock in a large Massey-Harris factory on the outskirts of the town.
It later became Massey-Ferguson , and closed in Glenfield and Kennedy still survives, albeit with a fraction of its former workforce, which at its height numbered in the thousands.
Kilmarnock is the original home of Scotch whisky brand Johnnie Walker which was originally known as Walker's Kilmarnock Whisky when the brand first started trading from the town in the mids.
In , when James Stevenson was the managing director, there was a re-branding of sorts. The whisky was renamed from Walker's Kilmarnock Whiskies to Johnnie Walker Whisky.
In addition, the slogan, "Born — Still going Strong! In , to much public backlash as well as backlash from the Scottish Government , First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond and local MP and MSP Cathy Jamieson and Willie Coffey , the owner of Johnnie Walker, Diageo , decided to close the bottling plant, originally by the end of , ending the link between the whisky brand and the town.
It is now made at a new Diageo bottling plant in the eastern coast of Scotland in Leven, Fife. The textile and manufacturing sectors across Scotland suffered significant decline in the post-war period and in particular from the s, in the face of greater foreign competition.
Kilmarnock was no exception, with the closure or significant reduction of many of its traditional large employers: Glenfield and Kennedy, Massey Ferguson, BMK and Saxone.
Although significant attempts have been made to halt this decline and attract new employers, Kilmarnock saw a continuing net loss of jobs in the five years to Although traditionally a main shopping area for most of the surrounding districts, patterns have changed over the last 20 years; traditional centres such as Ayr have been joined by new developments at Braehead and East Kilbride.
This difficult economic climate is most visible in the town centre, the eastern part of which has been extensively redeveloped, with important historic buildings such as King Street Church and the town hall being demolished and Duke Street the link from Kilmarnock Cross to the Palace Theatre and out to the London Road built over.
More recently Portland Street, which formed the northerly part of the main shopping area, lay abandoned for many years due to a decline in retail trade and in the face of possible comprehensive redevelopment.
The street has now been redeveloped, but has not yet regained its former degree of popularity, with a Gala Bingo and a J D Wetherspoon 's taking up much of one side of the street and the rest largely occupied by chain stores.
In , the Rough Guide to Scotland described the town as "shabby and depressed, saddled with some terrible shopping centres and a grim one-way system".
The town also boasts a collection of gift shops, cafes, bars and restaurants within the very desirable Bank Street area.
There are retail parks at Queen's Drive and Glencairn Square. According to the local press in November , the new SNP council have drawn up a Top Ten Hit List on 'eyesore' buildings in the town and their owners, and have revealed plans to crack down hard on property owners who have left their buildings fall into disrepair.
Action is being taken to do something with each of these sites. Many of the buildings in disrepair are irreplaceable listed buildings such as the former ABC cinema previously the King's Theatre on Titchfield Street.
Work is estimated to be completed in A four-star hotel recently opened next to Rugby Park , the home of Kilmarnock F. Regeneration activities have been discussed for Kilmarnock town centre; in early , an application to Historic Scotland 's Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme was successful, and in July an application under the Heritage Lottery Fund 's Townscape Heritage Initiative Scheme was pending.
Work has finished on a quality housing development on the site of the former Kilmarnock Infirmary , north of the town centre.
Much new quality housing has been constructed on the northern fringes of the town for commuters. With a journey time of 20 minutes from Kilmarnock to Glasgow roughly half that of the existing train service , the M77 motorway , an upgrade in of the A77, has transformed the journey between Glasgow and Kilmarnock.
Recent house price increases have reflected this. In , the Kilmarnock and Troon Railway opened, mainly to carry coal from the area to the harbour at Troon, but also carrying passengers.
In , Kilmarnock built its own tramway system, the Kilmarnock Corporation Tramways. An electric power station was built on the south bank of the River Irvine at Riccarton.
Overhead power lines and tram lines were laid. With continued upgrading and expansion, the tram network at its peak went from Ayr Road in Riccarton at its southerly point, to Knockinlaw Road in Beansburn in the north.
At Kilmarnock Cross, the line had an easterly spur that stretched along London Road, through Crookedholm and terminating at Hurlford.
There had been proposed extensions along Portland Road, up John Finnie Street, West Langlands Street and eventually towards Crosshouse, but by this time, increasing costs and the far more flexible motor bus had made inroads and the trams ceased operation in during the General Strike.
The council decided not to restart the service and the infrastructure was soon dismantled. Today the town is served by Kilmarnock railway station , which operates services from the town to all major locations in Scotland connecting with Stranraer for the ferries to the Port of Belfast as well as Larne Harbour in Northern Ireland and as far as Carlisle and Newcastle in England.
A recent development has been the regeneration of Kilmarnock Railway Station under the umbrella of the Kilmarnock Railway Station Heritage Trust.
Additions to the station facilities include a Scottish gift shop,  a vegan deli and an Active Travel HUB where members of the public can access advice on travelling more sustainability.
The HUB also offers led walks and cycle rides. Kilmarnock has road links to Glasgow through the M77 motorway from Fenwick to its junction with the M8 at the Kingston Bridge.
A south side motorway connects this point to the M74 near Calderpark when the latest phase of development is complete, eliminating some of the heavy traffic formerly travelling on the A71 through Hurlford, Galston, Newmilns, Darvel and Strathaven to join the M74 at Stonehouse.
Stagecoach Group is the main transport provider in the town; it operates bus services to most major towns in the west of Scotland. It claims that a move to Kilmarnock failed to come to fruition for him last month.
The DR Congo battler knows the club well after two fruitful stints in Ayrshire. His last domestic apperance came for Killie in a win over Rangers, a game which sealed European football for the club.
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New arrival. Height: 1,77 m Position: Defensive Midfield Contract expires: Jan 1, Agent: Relatives. Getty Images. Kilmarnock FC Premiership League level: First Tier Joined: Aug 28, Contract until: Jan 1, Last update: Apr 8, Performance data.
Appearances 9. Yellow Cards 1. Goals -.Second Yellows. Retrieved 4 February Team News: Kilmarnock trio to miss Motherwell clash due to positive coronavirus tests. Nationality: Congolese. Latest Broadcasting Stories BBC Cyprus Weekly EastEnders for Boris Johnson statement. Finden Sie perfekte Stock-Fotos zum Thema Youssouf Mulumba sowie redaktionelle Newsbilder von Getty Images. Wählen Sie aus erstklassigen Inhalten. Ladbrokes Premiership Fußball, gegen Hibernian Kilmarnock, Stephane Omeonga von Hibernian und Youssouf Mulumba von Kilmarnock für Besitz der Kugel. Mulumba. ZM. 64 TEM. 51 SCH. 62 PAS. 62 DRI. 61 VER. 54 HEA · Berenguer. RM. 72 TEM. 53 SCH. 60 PAS. 63 DRI. 46 VER. Mulumba. ZM. 64 TEM. 51 SCH. 62 PAS. 62 DRI. 61 VER. 54 HEA · Courgnaud. ZOM. 73 TEM. 58 SCH. 60 PAS. 65 DRI. 36 VER. Youssouf Mulumbu has completed a move back to Kilmarnock - just six months after leaving for Celtic. The midfielder spent last season at Rugby Park before signing a two-year deal at Celtic in the. Mulumbu had made three appearances for the Glasgow side. Return to Kilmarnock. After a year out of football, Mulumbu trained with Kilmarnock during August On 28 August, he made his return to the club on a six-month deal. International career. Mulumbu was formerly a member of the France under and under teams. Youssouf Mulumbu a 'target' for Derby as Celtic midfielder also interests Kilmarnock Celtic Transfer News Mulumbu has made just three appearances for the Hoops since joining from Killie last summer. Youssouf Mulumbu, 33, from DR Congo Kilmarnock FC, since Defensive Midfield Market value: €Th. * Jan 25, in Kinshasa, Zaire. Youssouf Mulumbu, 33, from DR Congo Kilmarnock FC, since Defensive Midfield Market value: £Th. * Jan 25, in Kinshasa, Zaire. 2/12/ · News about Kilmarnock's Youssouf Mulumbu on Sports Mole with the latest player news, biographical information, pictures and marmo-on-line.comality: Congolese. Former Kilmarnock man Mulumbu reportedly trains with Birmingham City after Killie return falls (Photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images) A report has claimed that ex-Kilmarnock battler Youssouf Mulumbu has edged closer to ending his spell in the football wilderness (Birmingham Mail). Youssouf Mulumbu's second-half goal gave Kilmarnock a dramatic Ladbrokes Premiership win over Celtic at Rugby Park with the visitors counting more than the cost of three lost points. First.