This is an early engraving of New Lanark dating to about 1818/1820. It is better than the winning view in that it shows all the detail including the Institute for the Formation of Character/the school and the houses of Dale and Owen.
This is a modern picture of the Institute of the Formation of Character. This building leads to the Engine House and what was the Annie MacLeod Experience.
This is a modern picture of the School Building. This building also contains motion sensory room, 2 packed lunch rooms for visiting schools.
This is a view of New Lanark done about 1818 - 1820 by a man called Winning who made a couple of prints of New Lanark c.1820 when all the main buildings had been constructed.
This is a view of some of the workers from the Village Store. A store was established from the very start of New Lanark but Robert Owen is remembered for supporting the Co-operative idea that originated ......more
This is a nice picture of the Retort House Chimney at Dundaff Linn. The house contained an invertor to send gas to various buildings in the Village to give them an early form of street lighting.
This is where the counting house is and was used for making the wages for the employees who worked at New Lanark. In the basement was the art gallery and the book store was upstairs after the Trust had taken over..
This is an old card of St Mary`s Church, Lanark, which was constructed to the design of Weightman, Hatfield and Goldie. This took place in 1856-9 as a result of Robert Monteith of Carstairs, a rich industrialist, ......more