Kilmahew Burn

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Kilmahew Burn
Physical characteristics
 ⁃ location
Cardross in Argyll and Bute
 ⁃ coordinates
55°57′31″N 4°39′00″W / 55.95848°N 4.64991°W / 55.95848; -4.64991Coordinates: 55°57′31″N 4°39′00″W / 55.95848°N 4.64991°W / 55.95848; -4.64991

Kilmahew Burn is a small river, or a Burn (landform)|burn that runs from the Kilmahew estate and into the Firth of Clyde. It passes close by the ruins of Kilmahew Castle and St Peter's Seminary, Cardross|St Peter's Seminary and passes through the town of Cardross.[1] The bridge over it in Cardross that carries the main road is named Moore's Bridge and was built in 1688.


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