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Clydebank b&b, guesthouse and hotel accommodation

Clydebank in West Dunbartonshire

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Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire. In 1871, the now well-known site of the Clydebank was occupied only by a farm. Late in that year James and George Thomson had to move from Govan and chose this ground for a shipyard just opposite the mouth of the River Cart; the first ship was launched in 1872, and the population began to leap in size by 1881 there were 1,634 inhabitants. In 1882 the American firm of Singers set up a sewing machine factory at Kilbowie, and the place grew round “the yard” and “the factory”. Clydebank achieved burgh status in 1886.

Nearby cities: Glasgow

Nearby towns: Bearsden, Dumbarton, Milngavie, Paisley, Renfrew

Nearby villages: Anniesland, Auchenhowie, Baljaffray, Bishopton, Bowling, Cardonald, Dalmuir, Drumchapel, Drumry, Duntocher, Erskine, Faifley, Finnieston, Govan, Hardgate, Hillington, Inchinnan, Linthouse, Linwood, Milton, Mugdock, Old Kilpatrick, Partick, Ralston, Scotstoun, Shieldhall, Whiteinch

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