New Lanark

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New Lanark,

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, town (1991 pop. 9,778), South Lanarkshire, S central Scotland, on the Clyde River. It has cattle markets and textile mills. There are hydroelectric power stations at the Falls of Clyde, just S of Lanark.
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There's a good range of indoor and outdoor activities nearby, including the New Lanark World Heritage Site, Seven Lochs, Palaceriggs and Drumpellier Country Parks, as well as the treelined fairways of Crow Wood Golf Club.
Price includes Private coach travel from your local area Four nights' stay with three course evening meal & cooked breakfast Guided tour of Bowhill House Visit to Floors Castle Guided tour of Drumlanrig Castle Visit to the New Lanark World Heritage Site Oban, Mull, Iona & Skye 25 October 2015 5 days from PS349 The islands of the Inner Hebrides quite rightly have a reputation as being home to some of Britain's most stunning natural scenery.
The iconic railway bridge joins Edinburgh Old and New Towns, the heart of Neolithic Orkney, New Lanark, the Antonine Wall and St Kilda as Scotland's sixth World Heritage Site.
Cyane Tornatzky is working on a series of site-specific installations incorporating performance and inspired by social reformer Robert Owen's New Lanark Mill in South Lanarkshire.
Robert Owen's mill town of New Lanark, south of Glasgow, had pioneered a new model of industrial enterprise, in which the workers were paid fair wages, offered a free education, and were generally integrated into the running of the town.
Contract Notice: New Lanark Townscape Heritage Project - Design Team Services.
uk), South Lanarkshire, Scotland held a public observing event at the national heritage site at New Lanark Mills.
For those looking for history for all the family, Unesco World Heritage Site of New Lanark is not to be missed.
Across the border, the Scottish Trust recommends the Falls of Clyde waterfalls, New Lanark, as a good area to observe from.
The river, famous for its role in Britain's much-reduced ship-building industry, flows through Glasgow but a more impressive setting from which to view it is the Falls of Clyde at New Lanark, where there is a visitor centre and coffee/food option.
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From New Lanark to Mound Bayou; Owenism in the Mississippi delta.