Picturing Scotland: Lanarkshire
Content: Lanarkshire is the only part of Scotland that has two World Heritage sites, namely New Lanark and the Antonine Wall (shared with neighbouring Falkirk). These two sites are therefore quite thoroughly illustrated in the book, but by no means do they monopolise the scenic delights of the area. Another winning card about Lanarkshire is the huge variety of terrain it encompasses, from its share of the Southern Uplands through the rolling agricultural landscape of Clydesdale, to urban images in the north. The book follows this south-to-north arrangement from the source of the Clyde, visiting all the major points of interest on the way and contains a total of 107 photographs.
For a list of featured locations, see below.
Market: Books in this series are bought by visitors and locals alike to give as gifts or to keep for their own enjoyment. They are also helpful to those planning a visit as the book leads the reader on a geographical tour of the area. To visitors, they are a great reminder of a visit, while local people buy them to send to friends and family to show off where they live.
Author: Colin Nutt has worked in book publishing for over 30 years and has written and compiled around 40 books in this and other series. He lives in Elgin.
Photography: Colin Nutt and other contributing photographers
Barr Hill Roman Fort
Biggar Gasworks Museum
Cameronians Regimental Memorial, Douglas
Colzium Lennox Estate
David Livingstone Centre
Falls of Clyde
Gladstone Court Museum
Leadhills & Wanlockhead Railway
Moat Park Heritage Centre
Motherwell Heritage Centre
Museum of Rural Life
Museum of Scottish Industrial Life (Summerlee)
Palacerigg Country Park
Source of The Clyde
St Bride's Church, Douglas
St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Lanark
St Nicholas' Church, Lanark
St Ninian's Church, Lamington
Strathaven Balloon Festival
Strathclyde Country Park
Colin Nutt, Ness Publishing, 47 Academy Street, Elgin, Moray, IV30 1LR
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