Clydeholm Shipbuilding Yard

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Clydeholm Shipbuilding Yard (1855-1982)

Served by the Clydeside Tramway.


This was Barclay Curle^s Clydeholm Shipyard, which also owned the North British Engine Works.

The engine works had a ^Titan^ crane built by William Arrol & Co which still stands today

The yard was served by sidings from the Clydeside Tramway, linked to both the Caledonian Railway^s Lanarkshire and Dumbartonshire Railway and the North British Railway^s Whiteinch Railway.


Shipyard repair yard engine works


  /  /1862David Hutcheson & Co
Following a stranding at Silvercraigs PS Pioneer [I] was taken to Barclay Curle^s Clydeholm Shipbuilding Yard for a major overhaul, being reboilered and both bow and stern replaced.