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And All At Once, Summer Collapsed Into Fall

The River Kelvin at Dalsholm, Glasgow, Scotland.

The blocks in the water are the remains of piers on which the James Macarthur & Co paper mill was built in 1750. The high quality papers made were primarily used for shipping manifests, so there may be some in a library near you!

The Kelvin, as evidenced here does not have a consistent flow, so the mill relocated to Kelvindale and become a massive complex in the Victorian period.

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And All At Once, Summer Collapsed Into Fall
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Scotland - Lowland
The River Kelvin at Dalsholm, Glasgow, Scotland. <br />
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The blocks in the water are the remains of piers on which the James Macarthur & Co paper mill was built in 1750. The high quality papers made were primarily used for shipping manifests, so there may be some in a library near you! <br />
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The Kelvin, as evidenced here does not have a consistent flow, so the mill relocated to Kelvindale and become a massive complex in the Victorian period.