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Engines of the Tug 'CLYDE'
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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.