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HMS Repulse
View of the forward part of the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard, Clydebank showing the fully armed "A" and "B" turrets, range finder, conning tower, funnel and bow.

HMS Repulse
View of the aft of the forecastle deck, aft barbette and stern of the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard, Clydebank.

HMS Terrible, view of the port side from the bow end, 1895
Photograph of the port side of the Royal Navy Powerful-Class armoured cruiser HMS Terrible newly completed at John Brown's (J & G Thomson's shipyard), Clydebank.

Ladies hairdressing salon, QE2, 1969
Photograph of ladies hairdressing salon on the Cunard liner RMS Queen Elizabeth II.

Articles of the Act of Union 1707
Page twenty three of the Articles of the Treaty of Union between the Parliaments of England and Scotland.

HMS Hood
View looking forward over the upper deck towards the funnels and conning tower of the Royal Navy Admiral-Class battlecruiser HMS Hood at John Brown & Co shipyard at Clydebank showing the stowed lifeboats, an anti-aircraft gun and 5.5 inch Mk 1 guns.

HMS Barham
View of the after barbettes in the snow on the upper deck of the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship HMS Barham during construction at John Brown & Co., Clydebank.

Minister of United Presbyterian Church, 19th century
Photograph of Reverend R Niven, minister of the United Presbyterian Church for the Parish of Maryhill, Glasgow

HMS Repulse
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.