Below left: Linn Park Waterfall Right: Holmwood House Below Right: Snuff Mill Bridge
Originally part of the ancient borough of Govan, Cathcart grew around the banks of the White Cart Water, a gentle tributary of the Clyde mentioned in Robert Burns’ poem, The Gallant Weaver. Today the river is stil l home to hidden gems, like the nearby Snuff Mill Bridge. Close by are two National Trust for Scotland properties – Greenbank Garden, and Holmwood House, one of the most important buildings by Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson.
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