Today’s #SquareTops is brought to you from Blackhill Viewpoint in Lanarkshire.
A girnin’ dug, William Wallace and the Spirit of Flight.
This time last year, I wrote about New Lanark and the Falls of Clyde. The other Sunday we were back in New Lanark, but this time walking in the other… Read more Lanark and the Mouse Water →
New Lanark was built in the 1780s by cotton mill owner David Dale to house his workers. His son-in-law, Robert Owen, became a managing partner of New Lanark in 1800… Read more New Lanark and the Falls of Clyde →
Calderglen Country Park is just outside East Kilbride, one of Scotland’s “new” towns. It’s based round the 17th century Torrance House and has lovely trails along the Calder. If you… Read more Calderglen and Langlands Moss →