SPW020635 SCOTLAND (1928). Alexander Stephens and Sons, Linthouse Shipbuilding Yard, Holmfauld Road, Glasgow. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing north-west.

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Title [SPW020635] Alexander Stephens and Sons, Linthouse Shipbuilding Yard, Holmfauld Road, Glasgow. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing north-west.
Reference SPW020635
Date 1928
Link Canmore Collection item 1256393
Place name
Parish GOVAN (CITY OF GLASGOW)
District CITY OF GLASGOW
Country SCOTLAND
Easting / Northing 253990, 666270
Longitude / Latitude -4.3335987995208, 55.867479915847
National Grid Reference NS540663

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Vehicular and passenger ferries to Whiteinch

jaycee
Sunday 23rd of June 2013 03:41:14 PM
Now Alexander Stephen House. Part of Govan Workspace LTD

ICEBREAKERGLASGOW
Tuesday 18th of September 2012 07:14:22 PM

User Comment Contributions

The largest of the three vessels under construction at the Linthouse Yard could be the RMS Viceroy of India, laid down in April 1927 and launched on 15 September 1928. The vessel was a passenger liner of 19,648 tons gross, used by the Peninsular & Orient company on voyages to India. She was torpedoed by U407 in November 1942, 30 miles off Oran. Most of the crew and passengers were saved by the Royal Navy

MB
Monday 10th of September 2012 04:38:20 PM