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Stonehouse

... welcomes you to The Clyde Valley, Scotland. Enjoy your visit.

 

Roman Road - Stonehouse
The Roman Road, Stonehouse.
Near Stonehouse is an old Roman Road, one of the many walks (Rights of Way) in the area. The road was a supply route and ran between Castledykes (Lanark) and Loudonhill (Ayrshire). Evidence of the road's route can still be seen today.

The area has an array of flora and fauna, particularily in the River Avon and Cander Gorge, which proffers deer, mink, badgers, heron, otters and kingfishers. The River Avon also flows through the Alexander Hamilton Memorial Park, an excellent point from which to view the Avon Valley and the surrounding area.

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