Carluke is a Scottish city. It lies between Lanark and Wishaw in the region South Lanarkshire and has 13,579 inhabitants. Due to a direct train service from Glasgow, the city developed in recent decades to a commuter town. Carluke features in the city center over a few small shops and supermarkets. The main shopping center, Carluke High Street, was built back to two-way street after she was for many years a pedestrian zone. The city is the birthplace of three winners of the Victoria Cross (William Angus, Thomas Caldwell and Donald Cameron) and General William Roy. Carluke is the addition is known as the home of Scott's jam, the jam factory Renshaw Scott, the largest local employer. The city has five elementary schools: Carluke Primary, High Mill Primary, Kirkton Primary, Crawfordyke Primary and St Athanasius Primary. The further Carluke High School was rebuilt on the existing site and reopened of 2007.