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Clyde Navigation Bill in Parliament Session 1899. Plan showing Companys land proposed to be acquired by Clyde Trustees in connection with proposed New Dock at Clydebank

Clyde Navigation Bill in Parliament Session 1899. Plan showing Companys land proposed to be acquired by Clyde Trustees in connection with proposed New Dock at Clydebank


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Clyde Navigation Bill in Parliament Session 1899. Plan showing Companys land proposed to be acquired by Clyde Trustees in connection with proposed New Dock at Clydebank

Plan of Caledonian Railway Company land to be acquired by the Clyde Trustees for a proposed new tidal dock at Clydebank. The former Forth and Cart Junction Canal that once connected the Forth and Clyde Canal to the River Clyde is shown

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This print takes us back to the historic Parliament Session of 1899, where the Clyde Navigation Bill was being discussed. The image showcases a meticulously detailed plan that outlines the land proposed to be acquired by the Clyde Trustees for their ambitious project - a new tidal dock at Clydebank. The plan not only highlights the vast expanse of land belonging to the Caledonian Railway Company but also provides an intriguing glimpse into Scotland's industrial past. It features a significant piece of infrastructure known as the Forth and Cart Junction Canal, which once served as a vital link between the Forth and Clyde Canal and the mighty River Clyde. As we delve deeper into this photograph, it becomes evident that its purpose is not solely commercial in nature. Instead, it serves as a historical record documenting an important moment in Scottish history when plans were being laid out for future development and progress. The attention to detail in this print is remarkable; every inch of land is carefully delineated, showcasing both precision and foresight. This visual representation allows us to imagine how these proposed changes would shape not just Clydebank but also Scotland's maritime landscape. In essence, this print offers us more than just an architectural blueprint; it transports us back in time and invites our curiosity about Scotland's rich industrial heritage while reminding us of how far we have come since those early days of planning and innovation.

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