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Clydebank Collection

Background imageClydebank Collection: A striking bow view of the giant Cunard liner, Queen Mary, at Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934

A striking bow view of the giant Cunard liner, Queen Mary, at Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934
A striking bow view of the giant Cunard liner, Queen Mary, under construction at Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934. Queen Mary was the flagship of the Cunard Line from May 1936 until October 1946 when she was

Background imageClydebank Collection: The luxury steam yacht Nahlin at anchor. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes

The luxury steam yacht Nahlin at anchor. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
The luxury steam yacht Nahlin at anchor. Nahlin is a luxury yacht and one of the last of three large steam yachts constructed in the UK

Background imageClydebank Collection: Workers leaving... after construction of Cunarder 534 was suspended, December 1931, (1935)

Workers leaving... after construction of Cunarder 534 was suspended, December 1931, (1935)
Workers leaving the shipyards after construction of Cunarder 534 was suspended, Clydebank, Scotland, December 1931, (1935)

Background imageClydebank Collection: Launch of the Empress of Britain, Glasgow, 11 June 1930, (1935). Creator: Unknown

Launch of the Empress of Britain, Glasgow, 11 June 1930, (1935). Creator: Unknown
Launch of the Empress of Britain, Glasgow, Scotland, 11 June 1930, (1935). The new Canadian Pacific Liner, Empress of Britain, which was launched at Glasgow by the Prince of Wales

Background imageClydebank Collection: Fitting-Out Basin of John Brown and Companys shipbuilding yard at Clydebank, 1937

Fitting-Out Basin of John Brown and Companys shipbuilding yard at Clydebank, 1937
In the Fitting-Out Basin of John Brown and Companys shipbuilding yard at Clydebank, 1937. From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol. II, edited by Clarence Winchester. [The Fleetway House, London]

Background imageClydebank Collection: Seen from a crane, the River Clyde has appearance of a long narrow dock basin, 1937

Seen from a crane, the River Clyde has appearance of a long narrow dock basin, 1937
Seen from a Mammoth crane, the River Clyde has the appearance of a long narrow dock basin, 1937. From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol. II, edited by Clarence Winchester

Background imageClydebank Collection: Launching of giant new British liner the RMS Queen Mary, September 26, 1934, (1936) Artist

Launching of giant new British liner the RMS Queen Mary, September 26, 1934, (1936) Artist
An Historic Event. The launching of the giant new British liner the R.M.S. Queen Mary on September 26, 1934, at John Brown and Co.s shipyard on the Clyde, 1936

Background imageClydebank Collection: Long As A Street, Lofty As A Tower, 1930-1934, (1936)

Long As A Street, Lofty As A Tower, 1930-1934, (1936)
Long As A Street, Lofty As A Tower, . From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol. 1, edited by Clarence Winchester. [The Amalgamated Press Ltd. London]

Background imageClydebank Collection: The Massive Hull, partly placed, 1930-1934, (1936)

The Massive Hull, partly placed, 1930-1934, (1936). From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol. 1, edited by Clarence Winchester. [The Amalgamated Press Ltd. London]

Background imageClydebank Collection: More than 1, 000 Feet Long. Shell of Queen Mary in early days of construction, 1930-1934, (1936)

More than 1, 000 Feet Long. Shell of Queen Mary in early days of construction, 1930-1934, (1936)
More than 1, 000 Feet Long. The shell of the Queen Mary in the early days of her construction, 1930-1934, (1936). From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol. 1, edited by Clarence Winchester

Background imageClydebank Collection: Visiting the Liner Queen Mary, 1937

Visiting the Liner Queen Mary, 1937
Visiting the Liner Queen Mary, Clydebank, March, 1936 (1937). From Coronation Souvenir Book 1937, edited by Gordon Beckles. [Daily Express, London, 1937]

Background imageClydebank Collection: Launch of the Cunard ocean liner `Queen Mary`, 1934 (1935)

Launch of the Cunard ocean liner `Queen Mary`, 1934 (1935). The British giant liner, Cunarder No. 534, was launched on September 26th by Her Majesty, who christened the boat Queen Mary, 1909

Background imageClydebank Collection: The Lounge, c1930, (1935)

The Lounge, c1930, (1935). The lounge on board the Canadian Pacific Liner Empress of Britain, launched by Edward Prince of Wales (1894-1972) at Clydebank, 11th June 1930

Background imageClydebank Collection: A view of the starboard side of S. S. Empress of Britain, 1931. Artist: Studio Films

A view of the starboard side of S. S. Empress of Britain, 1931. Artist: Studio Films
A view of the starboard side of S.S. Empress of Britain, 1931. Empress of Britain, John Brown & Co, Clydebank, Scotland. The Empress of Britain was launched 11 June 1930 by HRH Prince of Wales

Background imageClydebank Collection: Building on the Clyde: Burners, 1940. Artist: Stanley Spencer

Building on the Clyde: Burners, 1940. Artist: Stanley Spencer
Building on the Clyde: Burners, 1940. From The Studio Volume 123 [The Studio Ltd, London & New York, 1942.]

Background imageClydebank Collection: The ocean liner RMS Queen Mary, Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934 (1935). Artist: John Brown & Company

The ocean liner RMS Queen Mary, Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934 (1935). Artist: John Brown & Company
The ocean liner RMS Queen Mary, Clydebank, Glasgow, 1934 (1935). Built by John Brown & Co on Clydeside for the Cunard White Star Line, the 81


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