SAW016965 SCOTLAND (1948). Glasgow, general view, showing A and G Paterson St Rollox Sawmills and Monkland Canal. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing north. This image has been produced from a crop marked negative.

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Title [SAW016965] Glasgow, general view, showing A and G Paterson St Rollox Sawmills and Monkland Canal. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing north. This image has been produced from a crop marked negative.
Reference SAW016965
Date 1948
Link Canmore Collection item 1269074
Place name
Parish GLASGOW (CITY OF GLASGOW)
District CITY OF GLASGOW
Country SCOTLAND
Easting / Northing 260020, 666120
Longitude / Latitude -4.2372314543491, 55.867921662043
National Grid Reference NS600661

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Pinkston Power Station built by Glasgow Corporation Tramways

Current Owner/ Owner at Close: SSEB

Gen Start Date: 1901

Gen Stop Date: 1975

Demolished: 1976?

Station Size MW: 65

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