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Orphan Homes of Scotland, Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire Featured Scotland Print

Orphan Homes of Scotland, Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire

Aerial view of the Orphan Homes of Scotland, Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire. The Homes, laid out as a village of cottage homes, were opened in 1878 by William Quarrier, a successful shoemaker from Greenock, who developed an interest in the welfare of deprived street children

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Queen Mary Ocean Liner, manoeuvring down the Clyde Featured Scotland Print

Queen Mary Ocean Liner, manoeuvring down the Clyde

Queen Mary set out on its first voyage, from Clydebank where her interior was fitted out, down the river Clyde to Greenock Scotland, seven tugs getting the huge vessel into position in narrow channel, two at the stern and two at the bow, and three pushing against the liner's starboard side.
March 1936

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Queen Mary Ocean Liner to Greenock, Inverclyde Featured Scotland Print

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

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