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Once a mill town, Catrine in Ayrshire is now just a nice little corner of the world where you can still enjoy a little bit of peace and quiet.
Catrine was a thriving mill town for nearly 2 centuries and had gas street lighting before the city of London. Today it is more of a quiet residential area and not the bustling mill town it once was. Visitors appreciate this area for its natural beauty.
The water systems that were created here to drive the mills of Catrine were always a thing of local interest and in recent years many local people have strived to maintain what is left of them as a nature reserve.
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We are currently looking for tourist and accommodation information about this village to be contributed by the community and look forward to displaying it in the near future.
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