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HMS Tiger, Royal Navy Tiger-Class Battlecruiser from the bow end at Clydebank 1914
Photograph of HMS Tiger, Royal Navy Tiger-Class Battlecruiser taken from the bow end at Clydebank 3 October 1914.
Robert Stewart-Peter in his motor car 'Florrie' with 'Fanny Adams' near Mosul, Northern Iraq, 1926
Photograph of Robert Stewart-Peter and 'Fanny Adams' in their car near Mosul.
Inhabitants of St Kilda, 1913-1922
Photograph of two men and two women on St Kilda
HMS Pegasus (431)
View of the forward part of the Royal Navy seaplane tender HMS Pegasus at John Brown & Co shipyard at Clydebank, from the starboard side from the bow to the fore funnel
Boy on coal bing, Fife, 1935
Photograph of boy sitting on coal bing at Buckhaven, Fife, with Wemyss Colliery railway wagons discharging coal washery refuse to the sea in the background.
Couple on front footplate of locomotive, 1943
Photograph of Mrs Aitken and another standing on locomotive [No.14480]
View of the midship area of the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard, Clydebank, showing the conning tower and both funnels.
Cullen Harbour, 1914
Photograph of improvement works at Cullen Harbour in Banffshire.
Proclamation decree by Oliver Cromwell uniting Scotland and England into one Commonwealth
The first political union between Scotland and England under one single constitution. Established by Cromwell after defeat of Scottish Royalist armies, reversed after Restoration in 1659-60.