Glasgow Museums' vast collection of model ships has fascinated visitors of all generations, and safeguarded mementos of the glory days of Clyde shipbuilding.
Rare archive pictures and documents chart how mighty Queen Mary liner was built on the Clyde in just three-and-a-half years
She was once the grandest ocean liner in the world, carrying A-list passengers such as Elizabeth Taylor, Clark Gable and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor across the Atlantic.
Giants of the Clyde immortalised: Glasgow author captures the magic of shipyards that built best ships in world
FOR generations of people growing up near the Clyde, the local skyline was once dominated by the huge ships built by armies of hard-working men.
SHE started life as Hull 534 in the thundering cauldron of noise and sparks that was the John Brown’s shipyard in Clydebank.