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HMS Barham
View of the stern from the starboard side with the rudder in place and portholes drilled on the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship HMS Barham during construction at John Brown & Co., Clydebank.

HMS Repulse
View of the aft funnel being lowered into place on the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard, Clydebank.

HR Clan Class (LMS Class 4P) 4-6-0 Locomotive No.14769 "Clan Cameron"
Highland Railway Clan Class 4-6-0 Locomotive No.14769 "Clan Cameron" at Glasgow Buchanan Street station on the 12.15pm service to Oban.

HMS Hood
Photograph of the stern of the Royal Navy Admiral-Class battlecruiser HMS Hood showing the rudder and propeller shafts just before the propeller blades were fitted at John Brown & Co shipyard at Clydebank.

Fleet Air Arm briefing before attack on Tirpitz, 1944
Photograph of Commander S.T.C. Harrison briefing Fleet Air Arm crews with the aid of a relief map on board an aircraft carrier before an attack on the German battleship Tirpitz in Alten Fjord, Norway.

Woman working in Carron Company office
Female employee using a card sorter in the offices of the Carron Company (1960s).

HMS Repulse
Broadside view of the ramps leading onto the forecastle deck beside the funnels on the Royal Navy Renown Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard, Clydebank.

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

Treaty of perpetual peace between England and Scotland, 1502
Ratification by King Henry VII of indenture on treaty of perpetual peace between England and Scotland, signed by the king at Westminster. As part of the treaty a marriage was agreed between James IV and Margaret Tudor, the daughter of Henry VII.