The original glass and cast iron shelters were replaced by modern shelters some time ago.
Despite the growth in car ownership and the corresponding decline in public transport, Tillicoultry, and indeed all the Hillfoots villages, retain a regular bus service.
A commemorative cairn at the roadside, near the east lodge to Harviestoun, marks this event.
The burn which runs off the Ochils and down through the glen into west of the village provided an attractive source of water for the early textile industry in Tillicoultry, being used for the washing and dying of wool.
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A Pictish fortress stood upon the Castle Craig, near the current site of Craigfoot Quarry on Wood Hill, to the west of Tillicoultry Glen.
In an attempt to address these problems, Tillicoultry Burgh was created in 1871.
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Tillicoultry is usually referred to as Tilly by the locals.