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Engines of the Tug 'CLYDE'
Engines of the Tug 'CLYDE'
Engines of the Tug 'CLYDE'
Engines of the Tug 'CLYDE'
Engines of the Tug 'CLYDE'
Engines of the Tug 'CLYDE'
Engines of the Tug 'CLYDE'
Engines of the Tug 'CLYDE'

Photo credit: Gordon Baird / Art UK

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A preserved engine from the paddle ship 'CLIVE', built in 1851 by J. Henderson & Co at Renfrew under contract to A. & J. Inglis of Glasgow who built the engines. The ships engines were withdrawn in 1912.

Accession number

PA4_GB_S015

Work type

Sculpture

Work status

extant

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at all times

Inscription description

plaque: THE ENGINES / OF THE TUG “CLYDE” / CONSTRUCTED FOR THE CLYDE NAVIGATION TRUST / MESSRS A.&J. INGLIS, GLASGOW, 1851. / DESIGNED BY / THE LATE ANDREW BROWN ESQ., PROVOST OF RENFREW FOR 15 YEARS / PRESENTED TO THE TOWN OF RENFREW. / BY WILLIAM BROWN ESQ., M. I. C. E. / IN MEMORY OF HIS FATHER; plaque: In memory of / ALEX MORRISON / 1916-2013 / “he stood here at the ferry Green…….. / and watched the ships go by.” / Placed by Renfrew Community Council / and his friends.


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Located at

Clyde Street, Renfrew

PA4 8SL

Sited near the junction of Clyde Street and Ferry Road, opposite the Ferry Inn within Meadowside Industrial Estate.