Welcome to DJH Web

There has little progress with this website this year because of my illness and lack of mobility. This summer (2023), I was in hospital twice because of infections and it is taking time to recover.

Autumn colours

Autumn colours. Date of Photo; 31st October 2023.

More images of 2023 Wild Flowers

The completed Jubilee House

Jubilee House, Lesmahagow photographed from Bloomfield Road in January 2023

The Jubilee Hall was demolished in 2021 and this family home was built in its place in 2022

What's new

Model of Lizzie's Big Pie Shop

  • A new article added to section Model Railways - Lizzie's Big Pie Shop - Kingsway K214 (added April 2023)
  • A new series on renewable energy in South Lanarkshire. Most has been for the Coalburn Heritage website.Windfarms outside the near vicinity of Coalburn will be carried on this website under "Engineering in Scotland".
  • Auchrobert Wind Farm

    Auchrobert Windfarm

    Auchrobert Wind Farm is located on partially forested hills in South Lanarkshire, 25km south of Glasgow and 6km south east of Strathaven, Scotland. The windfarm has a maximum export capacity of 36 MW, consists of 12 3.2 MW turbines and produces enough clean energy to power approximately 26,000 homes. Article added 28th September 2022.

  • Andershaw and Middle Muir Wind Farms

    Entrance to Middle Muir Windfarm

    Entrance to Middle Muir Windfarm on the B7078 with the wind turbines behind. From Google Street View, August,2021

    Andershaw and Middle Muir Windfarms are located between Douglas and Crawfordjohn in South Lanarkshire. Access is by two entry points on the B7078. Article added 20th August 2022.

  • Kennoxhead Wind Farm

    This windfarm is located behind the above two and is accessible also from Glespin on the A70. The first phase is now complete and a second phase is planned.

    Article added; 25th August 2022.

  • Kype Muir Wind Farm

    Kype Muir Wind Farm, located approximately 5km south of Strathaven, is a flagship development for Banks Renewables. It has 26 turbines generating up to c88.4MW in total and was operational in May 2019.

    An extension of 15 highly efficient 200m turbines is under construction and and will have an average output per turbine of 15GW. Completion is expected for early 2023.

    Article added; 23rd September 2022.

  • Glenbuck in East Ayrshire is just over the border with South Lanarkshire in a hilly area. It is the birthplace of Bill Shankly, football legend in 1913. Some photos of Glenbuck and other places in Ayrshire.

  • A model BR MK 1 Full Brake Parcels Coach scratchbuilt mainly from card. Added 13/06/2022