The Industrial Archaeology of the British Isles series. Lowland Scotland, one of the cradles of the Industrial Revolution, is particularly rich in the visible remains of industry over the last two centuries. These range from grain mills, breweries and distilleries to textile and woollen mills and from coal mines, ironworking and engineering works to all kinds of site associated with transport -roads, bridges, railways, canals, harbours and lighthouses. This volume gives 6-figure National Grid references of most of these sites. There is an introduction to the main types of site accompanied by 70 selected photographs.
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