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Reference numberJS/6/62
LevelItem
TitleForth and Clyde Canal Project
Datend
DescriptionA sketch of the intended canal from the river Clyde to the river Carron
Scale roughly 1 inch to a mile (1:63360)

Inscribed by John Farey: A copy of this engraving (but with less references thereon) belongs to an account of the navigable canal proposed to be cut off from the river Clyde to the river Carron as surveyed by Robert Mackell and James Watt, printed London 1767. See Printed Reports, IV.

Alternative routes from Cumbernauld are shown (1) to Glasgow Green by Bishop's Loch (2) via Kirkintilloch to Anderston
Extent1 sheet
FormatEngraving
Access statusOpen
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