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Stone-byers Fall on y Clyde

Stone-byers Fall on y Clyde

Artist: Booth, Rev Richard Salvey

Medium: Aquatint

Date: 1800

Shelfmark: Ktop L

Item number: 57

Genre: Topographical Print

View of the Stonebyers Falls in Scotland. Near Lanark in Scotland, the flow of the River Clyde is broken by four falls, of which the Stonebyers Falls is the last. Actually formed by three cascades, the waterfall descends eighty feet and from this point to the sea the drop is almost four feet in every mile. The River Clyde is the third longest in Scotland and flows 106 miles from its source in lowland Scotland to its mouth at the Firth of Clyde where it enters the North Channel of the Irish Sea.

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