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'Aquitania' at Clydebank
The passenger liner 'Aquitania' (1914) under construction by John Brown & Co Ltd at Clydebank. A view from a position north of the building berth, with a group of well-dressed men standing in the foreground. The bows of the ship are surrounded by derrick cranes and staging. The building on the left of the image is the Shipyard General Store.
Bedford Lemere & Co.
- Image reference: G10689
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London