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Forth Railway Bridge construction
Photograph of a skewback joint on the Queensberry cantilever of the Forth Railway Bridge looking along one of the base 12ft horizontal tubes of the central column, showing the considerable support scaffolding.
Surface buildings and bings at Ardenrigg Colliery, 1961
Photograph of surface buildings beside coal bings at Ardenrigg Colliery at Shotts, Lanarkshire.
Articles of the Act of Union 1707
Page twenty of the Articles of the Treaty of Union between the Parliaments of England and Scotland.
RMS Queen Elizabeth
Construction of RMS Queen Elizabeth at John Brown and Company shipyard, Clydebank.
Royal Scots soldiers, 1919
Photograph of group of soldiers of the Royal Scots Regiment
View of the aft area from the mainmast to the stern of the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard, Clydebank showing "Y" turret and the forecastle deck.
Port side view of the bow of the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse during construction at John Brown & Co. shipyard at Clydebank.
View of the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship HMS Barham berthed in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co., Clydebank, with work progressing on the conning tower and superstructure.
HMS 'Lord Warden' in Firth of Forth, 1885
Photograph of 'HMS' Lord Warden by Inchgarvie Island in the Firth of Forth taken during the Forth (Rail) Bridge construction. HMS Lord Warden was the last Broadside ship to be built for the Royal Navy. Her armour and engines made her and her sister ship, the Lord Clyde, the heaviest wooden ships ever built.