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Rutherglen is a town in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. In 1975, it lost its own local council and became part of the City of Glasgow District Council. in 1996 Rutherglen was reallocated to the South Lanarkshire council area.
The town was once a centre of heavy industry, having a long coal mining traditions. This had sadly faded out by 1950. J&J White's Chemical Works (later ACC Chrome&Chemicals) was in existence from 1820 and 1967, producing more than 70% of the UK's Chromate products.
The completion of the M74 Extension now means there is a motorway going through the town. This will allow easier access to places such as Glasgow Airport and the English Border.
Rutherglen is served by Rutherglen railway station. There are also a number of bus links to Glasgow City Centre.
Actor Robbie Coltrane was born in Rutherglen, as was Australian cricketer Archie Jackson.
Rutherglen's most famous landmark is the local war memorial, which was designed by Scottish sculptor George Henry Paulin.