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Sawmill at John Brown & Co. Ltd, Clydebank, 1901
The John Brown & Co. Ltd Shipbuilding and Engineering Works at Clydebank showing the interior of the Sawmill. A view looking towards the Timber Basin where the gantry cranes lifted logs from the River Clyde. In the foreground workers are using circular saws manufactured by John McDowall & Sons, Johnstone.
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- Image reference: G10588
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London