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4-4-0 North British Railway K Class (LNER D34 Class) Locomotive No.291 "Glen Quioch"
4-4-0 North British Railway K Class (LNER D34 Class) Locomotive No.291 "Glen Quioch" at Glasgow Queen Street, with driver John Bruce and fireman William Campbell in the cab. A poster with the slogan 'Keep Step with the Times' can be seen on the adjacent wall.
View of the forward barbettes of the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship HMS Barham during construction at John Brown & Co., Clydebank.
HMAS Australia (512)
Starboard side-on view of the after control platform with searchlights and range finder mounted on top on the County-Class heavy cruiser HMAS Australia at John Brown & Co shipyard at Clydebank
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.
View of the plating of A barbette erected on the night of 6th-7th October 1915 between B barbette and the forward framing on the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse during construction at John Brown & Co. shipyard at Clydebank.
Scottish and American soldiers meet in Belgian town, 1944-1945
Photograph of three British Army soldiers exchange greetings with three United States Army soldiers in a snow-covered town in Belgium.
Ladies hairdressing salon, QE2, 1969
Photograph of ladies hairdressing salon on the Cunard liner RMS Queen Elizabeth II.
View from the starboard side of the after barbettes of the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship HMS Barham berthed in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co., Clydebank.
Coughs and Sneezes Spread Diseases, 1951
Public health poster produced for the Department of Health for Scotland with the slogans: 'Coughs and sneezes spread diseases' and 'Trap the germs in your handkerchief'.