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Monday, 2 February 2009

Scottish Mill Lade

Scottish Mill Lade. An old view of the mill lade at Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire, Scotland. In the 1830s it was said that Bridge of Allan consisted of old-fashioned mill and kiln, a wayside inn, a smithy and a few hovel-looking huts around a narrow humped-backed bridge. Due to success of the Spa, by 1868 there were over 100 lodging houses. The weir and mill lade can still be seen under the present day bridge.

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