IN a major drive to attract thousands of visitors to discover the rich history of the River Clyde, a new heritage guide has been launched today (March 23rd 2009) by the Clyde Waterfront Partnership.
The guide offers 12 areas to explore along a thirteen mile stretch of the Clyde from Glasgow Green to Dumbarton, highlighting visitor attractions and historic places of interest with travel information, web links and maps.
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