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The Falls of Clyde
contributed by JohnH, taken on 13 January 2014
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Built in 1831 for Sandy Denholm a blacksmith. Licensed in 1836 as the Falls of Clyde, then The Young Queen then Maskell's Hotel.
A excellent example of Georgian architecture.
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