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Aerial and time lapse film highlights history and heritage of New Lanark

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Robert MacDonald has created a film about the town of New Lanark, in tribute to its local hero Robert Owen. The film contains aerial footage and time-lapses some of the most beautiful landscapes and landmarks of Lanark and some of its surrounding areas including the Falls of Clyde, Corra Linn, New Lanark World Heritage site, Carmichael House ruin and Lanark Loch.

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Image copyright mrpbps ; film copyright Robert MacDonald and Air Creations.

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