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Bridge Near Bonnington Linn Falls , New Lanark , Scotland
Scotland

This wee bridge is found near the Bonnington Linn Falls in the New Lanark Wildlife Reserve .

These falls are 11m high and is a good 45 minute walk from the New Lanark Conservation Village .

The largest of the falls in the reserve is called Corra Linn (about 20 minutes away) and is 28m high .

Copyright: Alan Mc Lean (Albiphotography)
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11600x5800
Taken: 03/05/2011
Uploaded: 03/05/2011
Updated: 28/08/2014
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Tags: uk; scotland; new lanark; country park; falls of clyde; waterfall; bonnington; bridge
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