The view of New Lanark from way up at the car park.
The view of the river - the Clyde - from the way down the hill from the car park.
A closer view of the river.
The roof top garden with views over to the hotel.
The building with the tree in front of it is the church. The house at the left is Robert Owen's house.
The mill workers' houses.
Douglas taking a photo of a wooden owl in the rooftop garden. It looks like the owl is posing for him!
There were quite a few statues of animals and birds in the roof top garden. This frog was my favourite.
By the way - no, I didn't buy any wool. I know - amazing, isn't it! LOL
And, Anna, Robert Owen, who was the main man at New Lanark in the early nineteenth century went on to try the same sort of thing in New Harmony, Indiana. Small world!