Round about the Round-O 1880. Arbroath's yesteryear in print

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'On Stobcross Bridge : Guthrie Port'

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NARRATIVE ON PRINT - After passing through the Den of St. Vigeans, the Brothock enters the town of Arbroath at the Wardmill. Even before it gets there, it has a good deal to do in connection with sundry manufacturing processes, and from the Wardmill until it flows into the sea at Danger Point it is one of the hardest worked little rivers in the kingdom.

Its banks are thickly studded with spinning-mills and powerloom factories, and these works it supplies with the water required for their steam engines. The buildings on the left-hand side of the street in the picture are Nether-ward Works (Messrs. W. Salmond & Sons).
(Notes by George Hay, 1883)
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