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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.
This has long since been ruined, however legend has it that the stone of the fortress was employed in the building of Stirling Castle.
It lasted until 1975 when it disappeared as a result of local government reorganisation.
Around 1930, one of the first bus stations in the country was built at Murray Square to serve the eight bus services which terminated in the town.
The former mining village of Coalsnaughton lies just south, whilst Alloa lies 4 mi southwest.
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William Osborne, minister of the parish from 1773 to 1794, is also possible.
However, as both etymologies could equally be applied to a hundred places in Scotland, both are suspect, as neither define the town in a unique manner.