Glasgow Museums' vast collection of model ships has fascinated visitors of all generations, and safeguarded mementos of the glory days of Clyde shipbuilding.
A cargo vessel which ran aground on rocks drifted off course while the watchman viewed music videos on his mobile phone, an investigation has found.
Half a century ago, the QE2 sailed on her maiden voyage.
This is the captain speaking! Man the lifeboats. Sorry! Person the lifeboats! Women and children first! Sorry, females, LBGTQ+ and little persons first!
For many years, the Queen Mary took passengers 'doon the watter' from Glasgow on days out to Dunoon, Rothesay and beyond.
ON this day in 1934, the iconic ocean liner RMS Queen Mary first slid into the Clyde.
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.
A LUXURY yacht is turning heads in Glasgow after mooring on the Clyde next to the city's Science Centre.
IF the magnificent ships Titanic and Lusitania hadn’t met untimely ends, perhaps nobody would even remember them today.