SAW032176 SCOTLAND (1950). Glasgow, general view, showing British Dyewood Co. Ltd. Carntyne Dyewood Mills, Shettleston Road and Carntyne Station. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing north-east. This image has been produced from a crop marked negative.

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Pennawd [SAW032176] Glasgow, general view, showing British Dyewood Co. Ltd. Carntyne Dyewood Mills, Shettleston Road and Carntyne Station. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing north-east. This image has been produced from a crop marked negative.
Cyfeirnod SAW032176
Dyddiad 1950
Dolen Canmore Collection item 1269740
Enw lle
Plwyf GLASGOW (CITY OF GLASGOW)
Ardal
Gwlad SCOTLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 263380, 664370
Hydred / Lledred -4.182692973579, 55.853171596052
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol NS634644

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Carntyne Dyewood Mills.

navaho56
Tuesday 19th of March 2019 09:05:42 AM
Shettleston Sheddings 1948

navaho56
Tuesday 19th of March 2019 09:04:10 AM
Next stop up the line Shettleston station.

navaho56
Tuesday 19th of March 2019 09:02:04 AM
Steam Hammer sculpture taken from "The Forge" on Shettleston Road.

navaho56
Tuesday 19th of March 2019 08:58:29 AM
Plan of Parkhead Forge.

navaho56
Wednesday 23rd of January 2019 09:41:00 PM
This photo appeared in "The Engineer" magazine, dated August 13, 1920 and shows a new Beardmore 2-8-0 steam locomotive for the East Indian Railway.

navaho56
Sunday 13th of January 2019 03:04:04 PM
An aerial view from the north-west of the vast iron and steel works of William Beardmore & Co at Parkhead Forge, 1950. Parkhead Forge was established by Reoch Brothers & Co c 1837 and acquired by Robert Napier in 1841 to make forgings and iron plates for his shipyard. William Beardmore became a partner in the business in the 1860s and was joined by his brother and son, William Jr, who became sole partner and then founded William Beardmore & Co in 1886. By 1896 the works covered an area of 25 acres and was the largest steelworks in Scotland, specialising in the manufacture of armaments and armour plate for warships. Parkhead Forge was a major employer in the East End, the number of workers reaching a peak of over 20,000 during the First World War. There was a slump during the 1920s and 1930s, a revival during the Second World War and then more hard times as the world-wide demand for warships and armaments declined. The Parkhead Forge finally closed in 1976. The Forge shopping centre was later built on the site, opening in 1988 and subsequently joined by a retail park and a market hall

navaho56
Sunday 13th of January 2019 02:58:52 PM
A tank built by William Beardmore & Co during the First World War. Beardmore had become a major warship builder and naval armaments manufacturer before the war, and the range of weapons and munitions produced at the firm's vast Parkhead Forge expanded rapidly after 1914. Among other things, the company built fifty tanks. The pedrail shoes (the treads) for the tanks were manufactured at Parkhead and the rest of the work was completed at the firm's Dalmuir works.

navaho56
Sunday 13th of January 2019 02:52:40 PM
Roundabout here seems to be Parkhead Jnrs. original ground.The club was founded in 1880 and was sometimes referred to as Parkhead Football Club. Their first ground was at the Sheddens where Old Shettleston Road and Shettleston Road meet. From there they moved to Powfoot Street/Beattock Street and their ground was known as Helenslea Park, although they were known to have played some games at Helenvale Park. They were five times winners of the Scottish Junior Cup in 1899, 1903, 1915, 1920 and 1924 as well as being runner-up on four other occasions. They were at one time the oldest team in the Scottish Junior League. Their third and final ground was once again named Helenslea Park and was located at Cuthelton Street. The club became defunct in 1964.

navaho56
Sunday 13th of January 2019 11:21:49 AM
Caroline Street, Rope and Twine works just out of shot

navaho56
Tuesday 14th of February 2017 09:35:42 AM
117 Merchiston Street

navaho56
Tuesday 17th of January 2017 10:48:03 PM
515-519 Shettleston Road

Billy Turner
Thursday 16th of July 2015 09:38:47 PM
Carntyne Train Station, showing west bound waiting area from east bound platform

Billy Turner
Wednesday 15th of July 2015 09:49:06 PM
Site of the Westburn Bar in Carntynehall Road

Billy Turner
Wednesday 15th of July 2015 09:27:29 PM
Ruchazie Road bus terminus - 4 turn up at once

Billy Turner
Wednesday 15th of July 2015 09:18:23 PM
Kirkliston Street

Billy Turner
Wednesday 15th of July 2015 09:17:23 PM
Inverleith Street

Billy Turner
Wednesday 15th of July 2015 08:55:25 PM
Wheel and axle works of William Beardmore & Co.

Billy Turner
Wednesday 10th of September 2014 05:21:17 PM
this is Bills shop,my sister used to get "tick" from him!

teapotlid
Thursday 18th of April 2013 05:25:08 PM
Bill's would have been popular!Lots of Tick on that road-back in the day!What a great place to grow up in...

paulmcgachan
Sunday 29th of June 2014 12:19:11 AM
mancecroft garage (john milne & son)

glenn
Wednesday 30th of January 2013 10:39:46 PM
mancecroft cottage

glenn
Wednesday 30th of January 2013 10:38:44 PM
Carntyne Industrial Estate

smartieplum
Wednesday 22nd of August 2012 08:59:42 AM