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New Lanark World Heritage Site Leaflet

Available in English, Italian and Spanish

Cover of New Lanark World Heritage Site leaflet

Over 200 years ago the impressive sandstone cotton mills of New Lanark were built by an enterprising Scot, David Dale, in a dramatic gorge in Lanarkshire, close to the famous Falls of Clyde. The village quickly became known all over the world under the enlightened management of Dale’s son-in-law, the social pioneer Robert Owen.

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