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River Clyde Collection

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: New Lanark Mills, Scotland, c1815

New Lanark Mills, Scotland, c1815. Robert Owens (1771-1858) model community of cotton mills and housing. Educational facilities were provided, as well as the worlds first day nursery

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Nocturne, River Clyde, c1887. Creator: James Kay

Nocturne, River Clyde, c1887. Creator: James Kay
Nocturne, River Clyde, c1887

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: The building of the ' Queen Elizabeth', John Brown's Yard, Clydebank, 1938

The building of the " Queen Elizabeth", John Brown's Yard, Clydebank, 1938. Creator: David Muirhead Bone
The building of the " Queen Elizabeth", John Brown's Yard, Clydebank, 1938

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Armour-clad frigate built in the Clyde for the Danish government, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Armour-clad frigate built in the Clyde for the Danish government, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Armour-clad frigate built in the Clyde for the Danish government, 1864. Ship built by Messrs J. and G. Thomson. Her length is 280 ft

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Map of Glasgow, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Map of Glasgow, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Map of Glasgow, 1864. This city is the largest in Scotland, and one of the greatest provincial towns in the United Kingdom

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Launch of 'The Napoleon III', at Ardrossan, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Launch of "The Napoleon III", at Ardrossan, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Launch of "The Napoleon III", at Ardrossan, 1854. Scene at Barr and Shearer's boatyard on the River Clyde in Scotland....the ceremony of naming...was gracefully performed by the Lady

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: The Clyde Near Carmyle, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron

The Clyde Near Carmyle, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron
The Clyde Near Carmyle, 1889

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Ardossan, plate seventeen from the Clyde Set, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron

Ardossan, plate seventeen from the Clyde Set, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron
Ardossan, plate seventeen from the Clyde Set, 1889

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Colzean Castle, n.d. Creator: John Clerk

Colzean Castle, n.d. Creator: John Clerk
Colzean Castle, n.d

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Ailsa, plate twenty from the Clyde Set, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron

Ailsa, plate twenty from the Clyde Set, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron
Ailsa, plate twenty from the Clyde Set, 1889

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Albert, Railway, and Victoria Bridges, plate six from the Clyde Set, 1889

Albert, Railway, and Victoria Bridges, plate six from the Clyde Set, 1889. Creators: David Young Cameron, F. Goulding
Albert, Railway, and Victoria Bridges, plate six from the Clyde Set, 1889

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: The Vale of Clyde, 1898. Creator: David Young Cameron

The Vale of Clyde, 1898. Creator: David Young Cameron
The Vale of Clyde, 1898

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Arran, plate fourteen from the Clyde Set, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron

Arran, plate fourteen from the Clyde Set, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron
Arran, plate fourteen from the Clyde Set, 1889

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Dumbarton, plate eleven from the Clyde Set, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron

Dumbarton, plate eleven from the Clyde Set, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron
Dumbarton, plate eleven from the Clyde Set, 1889

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Arran, plate fourteen from the Clyde Set, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron

Arran, plate fourteen from the Clyde Set, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron
Arran, plate fourteen from the Clyde Set, 1889

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Greenock No. 1, plate thirteen from the Clyde Set, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron

Greenock No. 1, plate thirteen from the Clyde Set, 1889. Creator: David Young Cameron
Greenock No. 1, plate thirteen from the Clyde Set, 1889

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Laying the foundation-stone of the Albert Harbour, Greenock, 1862. Creator: Unknown

Laying the foundation-stone of the Albert Harbour, Greenock, 1862. Creator: Unknown
Laying the foundation-stone of the Albert Harbour, Greenock, [Scotland], 1862. Engraving from a sketch by Mr. Andrew Swan

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: The annual regatta of the Clydesdale Amateur Rowing Club, recently held at Glasgow, 1862

The annual regatta of the Clydesdale Amateur Rowing Club, recently held at Glasgow, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The annual regatta of the Clydesdale Amateur Rowing Club, recently held at Glasgow, 1862. This regatta - the "Scottish Henley" - which came off at Glasgow, on Thursday and Friday

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: The Fall of the Clyde, published 1809. Creator: JMW Turner

The Fall of the Clyde, published 1809. Creator: JMW Turner
The Fall of the Clyde, published 1809

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Drawing of the Clyde (Liber Studiorum, part IV, plate 18), March 29, 1809

Drawing of the Clyde (Liber Studiorum, part IV, plate 18), March 29, 1809

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Dumbarton Rock from the South, 1788. Creator: Joseph Farington

Dumbarton Rock from the South, 1788. Creator: Joseph Farington
Dumbarton Rock from the South, 1788

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Greenock, c1840, (1942). Creator: Unknown

Greenock, c1840, (1942). Creator: Unknown
Greenock, c1840, (1942). The Custom House and steamships on the River Clyde at Greenock in Scotland. The Custom House was completed in 1818. From " British Ports and Harbours, by Leo Walmsley

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Stonebyres Falls, on the Clyde, near Lanark, c1870

Stonebyres Falls, on the Clyde, near Lanark, c1870. Stonebyres Falls on the River Clyde in Scotland. From " Picturesque Europe - The British Isles, Vol. II"

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: The Broomielaw Bridge, Glasgow, 1898. Creator: Unknown

The Broomielaw Bridge, Glasgow, 1898. Creator: Unknown
The Broomielaw Bridge, Glasgow, 1898. From " Our Own Country, Volume I.". [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, 1898]

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: The Herring Market at Sea (on Loch Fyne, Argyll), 1884, (c1930). Creator: Colin Hunter

The Herring Market at Sea (on Loch Fyne, Argyll), 1884, (c1930). Creator: Colin Hunter
The Herring Market at Sea (on Loch Fyne, Argyll), 1884, (c1930). Early morning scene: fishing boats transferring their catch to a steamship at the mouth of the River Clyde in Scotland

Background imageRiver Clyde 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 imageRiver Clyde Collection: Bothwell Castle, South Lanarkshire, Scotland, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Bothwell Castle, South Lanarkshire, Scotland, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Bothwell Castle, South Lanarkshire, Scotland, 1894. Medieval castle sited on a bank above a bend in the River Clyde. Construction was begun in the 13th century by the ancestors of Clan Murray

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: The Clyde at Kirkfieldbank, from the Braes near Lanark, 1902

The Clyde at Kirkfieldbank, from the Braes near Lanark, 1902. From Rivers of Great Britain: Descriptive, Historical, Pictorial. [Cassell and Company, Ltd. London, 1902]

Background imageRiver Clyde 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 imageRiver Clyde 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 imageRiver Clyde 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 imageRiver Clyde 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 imageRiver Clyde Collection: Steam boat on the Clyde near Dumbarton, Scotland, 1829. Artist: William Daniell

Steam boat on the Clyde near Dumbarton, Scotland, 1829. Artist: William Daniell
Steam boat on the Clyde near Dumbarton, Scotland, 1829. From A Voyage Around Great Britain Undertaken between the Years 1814 and 1825 by William Daniell

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Gourock - The Town and the Harbour, 1895

Gourock - The Town and the Harbour, 1895. From Round the Coast. [George Newnes Limited, London, 1895]

Background imageRiver Clyde 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 imageRiver Clyde Collection: Bothwell Castle, Clydesdale, 1814. Artist: John Greig

Bothwell Castle, Clydesdale, 1814. Artist: John Greig
Bothwell Castle, Clydesdale. Pl. 2, 1814. From The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland, Vol. II, by Walter Scott, Esq. [Longman & Co. London, 1814]

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: The Clyde, c1807, (1923). Artist: JMW Turner

The Clyde, c1807, (1923). Artist: JMW Turner
The Clyde, c1807, (1923). From The Studio Volume 84. [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1923]

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Stores at Sedd el Bahr, Gallipoli, Turkey, World War I, 1915. Artist: Realistic Travels Publishers

Stores at Sedd el Bahr, Gallipoli, Turkey, World War I, 1915. Artist: Realistic Travels Publishers
Stores at Sedd el Bahr, Gallipoli, Turkey, World War I, 1915. View showing the steamship SS River Clyde, which was used to transport British troops to the landing point at Cape Helles

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Shipyards and shipping on the Clyde, c1880. Artist: V Dutertre

Shipyards and shipping on the Clyde, c1880. Artist: V Dutertre
Shipyards and shipping on the Clyde, c1880. A print from Great Industries of Great Britain, Volume I, published by Cassell Petter and Galpin, (London, Paris, New York, c1880)

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Steamboat on the Clyde near Dumbarton, c1814. Artist: William Daniell

Steamboat on the Clyde near Dumbarton, c1814. Artist: William Daniell
Steamboat on the Clyde near Dumbarton, c1814. This early paddle steamboat travelling amongst sailing vessels was painted just a few years after the first trip of a steamboat in Europe

Background imageRiver Clyde Collection: Telfords bridge over the Clyde at Broomielaw, Glasgow, 1891

Telfords bridge over the Clyde at Broomielaw, Glasgow, 1891. This was the great Scottish civil engineer Thomas Telfords (1757-1834) last stone bridge


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