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Apartments in Lanarkshire, Scotland.


The county of Lanarkshire is split into North and South and surrounded by many counties - Stirling, Falkirk, West Lothian, Scottish Borders, Dumfries and Galloway, East Ayrshire, East Renfrewshire and Glasgow.The county is probably most famous for The New Lanark World Heritage Site which was built in 1785 by David Dale, a Scottish industrialist, to take advantage of the water power of the Falls of Clyde, to spin cotton. Within 14 years he had built four huge mills and housing for 1,500 workers, making New Lanark one of the most successful spinning complexes in Britain. This is must if you are visiting this county

Please note that Summerlee is now closed until spring 2008. This is to allow a major Heritage Lottery Fund redevelopment of the main exhibition hall. On reopening there will be totally new permanent exhibition on industrial life in Lanarkshire, including interactive exhibits, a Discovery Zone for kids and a new cafe and meeting rooms. If planning a visit around spring 2008 call +44(0)1236 431261 for reopening details.

Do telephone before visiting as Summerlee's main exhibition hall will be undergoing a major Heritage Lottery Fund supported redevelopment. During this time the main hall will be closed and - from time to time - other parts of the site may have to closed for health and safety reasons. If planning a visit, please call the office for full details - +44(0)1236 431261

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