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View of Cowden Park and Norwood

Photo credit: Clackmannanshire Council

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This shows a rare view looking north-west towards Cowdenpark. The house in the background was built in 1850 by Alexander Paton, youngest son of John Paton, the founder of Kilncraigs wool-spinning mill in Alloa, and its near neighbour Norwood, the large, neo-Gothic mansion was built by his nephew John Thomson Paton in 1874. The railway line can just be seen in the middle ground.

Clackmannanshire Council Museum and Heritage Service





oil on canvas


H 76.5 x W 127 cm

Accession number

902 359

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Clackmannanshire Council Museum and Heritage Service

Mar Street Building, 15 Mar Street, Alloa, Clackmannanshire FK10 1HR Scotland

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