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The town rests at the conjunction of the Union and the Clyde Canal, a position which demonstrates the crucial development of the city as a main spot of large industries throughout the Industrial growth. During the early eighteenth and ... More nineteenth centuries, the town enjoyed the importance of being the major spot of a big steel and iron industry, supported by one of the biggest firms Carron Company which emerged and grew near to the town.
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