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Developing from a bridge on the Colts estate into Scotland's ninth largest town, Coatbridge grew with the construction of the Monkland Canal (finished in 1791), the discovery of ironstone by David Mushet (1801), and the invention of the hot blast furnace by James Beaumont Neilson (1828), leading to 60 furnaces by mid-century. Firms associated with the town include the Scottish Iron and Steel Company, Stewarts and Lloyds, the Scottish Tube Company, R.B. Tennent, William Bain and Co., and the Coatbridge Engineering Company. Its reputation for excessive pollution and the fiery spectacle of the furnaces led one observer to claim 'There is no worse place out of Hell than that neighbourhood.'
Population 41,119 Recognized Landmarks
Area 6.871 sq mi Drumpellier Country Park
St. Augustine's Church
Coatbridge Leisure Centre
The Time Capsule
Coatbridge library
Average High Temperature 12.9°C
Average Low Temperature 5.9°C
Time zone GMT (UTC0)
Area Code 01236
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From 1826, Coatbridge was linked to towns and canals through railways which carried passengers and freight, and which culminated in a total of 10 passenger stations in the town at one time earning it the title of 'the Charing Cross of Scotland'.
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