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Clydebank Gallery

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Choose from 38 pictures in our Clydebank collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Singer Sewing Machines - factory in Clydebank
Singer Sewing Machines - factory in Clydebank
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The Launch of R.M.S. Queen Mary, Clydebank, September 1934
The Launch of R.M.S. Queen Mary, Clydebank, September 1934
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HMS Duke of York firing a broadside; Second World War
HMS Duke of York firing a broadside; Second World War
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R.M.S. Queen Mary leaving Clydebank, March 1936
R.M.S. Queen Mary leaving Clydebank, March 1936
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R.M.S. Queen Mary under construction, 1934
R.M.S. Queen Mary under construction, 1934
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R.M.S. Queen Mary under construction, Clydebank, September
R.M.S. Queen Mary under construction, Clydebank, September
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Glasgow Tram number 26 to Scotstoun via Bridgeton Cross
Glasgow Tram number 26 to Scotstoun via Bridgeton Cross
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Queen Mary leaving Clydebank
Queen Mary leaving Clydebank
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The launch of the Cunard White Star Liner - Queen Mary
The launch of the Cunard White Star Liner - Queen Mary
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Propellor of R.M.S. Queen Mary, September 1934
Propellor of R.M.S. Queen Mary, September 1934
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R.M.S. Queen Mary under construction, Clydebank, 1934
R.M.S. Queen Mary under construction, Clydebank, 1934
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SS Orsova, 1909
SS Orsova, 1909
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R.M.S. Queen Mary under construction, 1934 Featured Image

R.M.S. Queen Mary under construction, 1934

Photograph of Queen Mary, then known as 534, under construction at John Brown's shipyard, Clydebank. Work on the massive liner had been halted between 1931 and 1934 due to lack of funds, but the merger of Cunard and White Star Line and a nine-and-a-half million pound government loan saved the vessel. She was launched in September 1934 by Queen Mary

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

September 1934 - Queen Mary ocean liner Clydebank, Scotland
September 1934 - Queen Mary ocean liner Clydebank, Scotland
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WW2 - Nairana-class Escort Carrier - HMS Nairana. She was built at John Brown & Company
WW2 - Nairana-class Escort Carrier - HMS Nairana. She was built at John Brown & Company
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The Japanese Protected Cruiser Chiyoda
The Japanese Protected Cruiser Chiyoda
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner, manoeuvring down the Clyde
Queen Mary Ocean Liner, manoeuvring down the Clyde
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner, passing French liner L'Atlantique
Queen Mary Ocean Liner, passing French liner L'Atlantique
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner, down the river Clyde
Queen Mary Ocean Liner, down the river Clyde
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner, ready for journey down the Clyde
Queen Mary Ocean Liner, ready for journey down the Clyde
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner, in construction
Queen Mary Ocean Liner, in construction
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner, journey down the Clyde
Queen Mary Ocean Liner, journey down the Clyde
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner, suspended
Queen Mary Ocean Liner, suspended
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner, ready for travel to Greenock
Queen Mary Ocean Liner, ready for travel to Greenock
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner to Greenock, Inverclyde
Queen Mary Ocean Liner to Greenock, Inverclyde
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner to Greenock, Inverclyde Featured Image

Queen Mary Ocean Liner to Greenock, Inverclyde

Queen Mary set out on its first voyage, from Clydebank where her interior was fitted out, down the river Clyde to Greenock Scotland, escorted by tugs to the sea. Described as "the most dangerous voyage" the Queen Mary was likely ever to have to make. Months and months of careful dredging and channel-widening had been necessary before the Queen Mary could set out on her first journey down river to the sea. In spite of all the work that had been done the clearance between keel and river-bed was in some places only 4 feet. Date: March 1936

© Mary Evans Picture Library

King Edward VIII visits Queen Mary Ocean Liner
King Edward VIII visits Queen Mary Ocean Liner
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner, interior fitted for passenger use
Queen Mary Ocean Liner, interior fitted for passenger use
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner, work resumed
Queen Mary Ocean Liner, work resumed
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner crisis stops work
Queen Mary Ocean Liner crisis stops work
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner work begins
Queen Mary Ocean Liner work begins
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Launch of Cunarder, Aquitania, by G. H. Davis
Launch of Cunarder, Aquitania, by G. H. Davis
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Royal Wedding 1947 - at Clydebank before wedding
Royal Wedding 1947 - at Clydebank before wedding
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Cunard Liner under construction at Clydebank
Cunard Liner under construction at Clydebank
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Royal Wedding 1947 - Tatler cover
Royal Wedding 1947 - Tatler cover
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R.M.S. Queen Mary, Clydebank, December 1931
R.M.S. Queen Mary, Clydebank, December 1931
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The Launch of R.M.S. Queen Mary, 1934
The Launch of R.M.S. Queen Mary, 1934
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King George V and Queen Mary at the Launch of the Queen Mary
King George V and Queen Mary at the Launch of the Queen Mary
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner crisis stops work Featured Image

Queen Mary Ocean Liner crisis stops work

Tragedy comes to Clydeside'. On 10th December 1931, almost exactly a year after signing of the contract for the construction of Hull Number 534, know as Queen Mary Ocean Liner, the board of the Cunard Company wrote to the shareholders notifying them that the directors have reluctantly decided that it is necessary to suspend the construction of the vessel pending some changes in prospects. The Cunard Company tried to secure financial backing from banks and business, with unsuccess. Finally obtaining a loan from the British Government, in 1934, one condition was that Cunard would merge with the White Star Line, Hull Number 552 which became Queen Elizabeth, Cunard's chief British rival at the time and also had been forced by the depression to cancel construction on its Oceanic. Date: 1931

© Mary Evans Picture Library

SS Carmania, 1905
SS Carmania, 1905
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Queen Mary Ocean Liner, supplying her 1000 needs
Queen Mary Ocean Liner, supplying her 1000 needs
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