Clydesdale

Clydesdale is a region in the southwest of . It's the catchment and upper course of the River Clyde, historically with many water mills powering local industry, and the Lanarkshire coal mines.
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is a complex of cotton mills and associated village in , South West Scotland, founded in 1786 to take advantage of water power from the fast-descending River Clyde.

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is a small market town in , South West Scotland, and is nowadays a commuter town for Glasgow.

is in in South West . is a small market town with a population of about 2,300 which serves a wide rural area.

is in . Home to over 15,000 people, is the largest town in Clydesdale…

is in in South West . Junction 12 of the M72.

is in . is just off the M74 and is clearly signposted in both directions.

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