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Glasgow Garden Festival Opening Ceremony 29 April 1988
Photograph of HRH Prince Charles, Princess Diana and Malcolm Rifkind, then Secretary of State for Scotland, touring the Glasgow Garden Festival site during the official opening ceremony.
View from above of the engine space of the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship HMS Barham berthed in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co., Clydebank, showing some of the engine in place.
Cyril Fletcher promoting National Savings Certificates
Photograph of entertainer Cyril Fletcher taking part in National Savings Certificates campaign of fundraising
Gardener, Glen Creran, 1866
Photograph of a gardener, Peter Rankin in Glen Creran
Sulphur burners, HM Factory Gretna, 1918
Photograph of three female workers charging sulphur burners at sulphuric acid plant at HM Munitions Factory Gretna
View of the turntable of Y barbette being manoeuvred into position over the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship HMS Barham berthed in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co., Clydebank.
Chiefs of Allied liberation forces get ready for the invasion
Photograph of the leaders of the Allied forces preparing in Britain for the invasion and liberation of Europe. Pictured are Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder, General Eisenhower, General Sir Bernard Montgomery, Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, Air Chief Marshal Sir Trafford Leigh-Mallory, Lieutenant General Walter Bedell-Smith and Admiral Sir Bertram H Ramsay.
Removing boring rods in the Forth, 1955
Photograph of men removing boring rods on a National Coal Board sea boring tower in Firth of Forth. Core rods already removed are stacked on the right.
RMS Windsor Castle
View of the bow of the Union Castle Line steam ship RMS Windsor Castle on the slipway shortly before launch at John Brown & Co. Shipyard, Clydebank.