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Photographs of the Govan District of Glasgow on the South Side of the River Clyde:-
Southern General Hospital, Parish Church, Elderpark Library, Sandstone Tenements,
Pearce Institute, Fairfields Building, Town Hall, Clyde Tunnel



Main Medical Building at the Southern General Hospital in Govan District of Glasgow

Main Medical Building at the Southern General Hospital

Glasgow South Hospital in Govan District of Glasgow

Glasgow South University Hospital - renamed the Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Traditional red sandstone tenement buildings in Govan District of Glasgow

Traditional red sandstone tenement buildings in Govan 

Public Library at Elder Park in Govan

Public Library at Elder Park in Govan

 

Fairfields Building in Govan

Fairfields Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Building

Fairfields 
was a shipbuilding company on the River Clyde at Govan.
 
It was a major warship builder for the Royal Navy
through the 
First and Second World Wars.
 It also built transatlantic liners,
 including record breaking ships for the 
Cunard Line and Canadian Pacific,
 such as the 
Blue Riband winning RMS Campania and RMS Lucania.

The former Fairfields continues as part of BAE Systems Surface Ships

Fairfields Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Building


Shipyard Cranes at BAe Systems on the River Clyde at Govan

Shipyard Cranes at BAE Systems on the River Clyde at Govan

The fixed dockside portal / berth cranes were erected in 1974



The Riverside Museum and the "Tall Ship" on the River Clyde






Parish Church at Govan Cross

 The Parish Church at Govan Cross






Pearce Institute Building in Govan

The Pearce Institute Building in Govan

The Pearce Institute is a Category 'A' listed community facility,
 designed by Sir Rowand Anderson and completed in 1906.






Aitken Memorial drinking fountain at Govan Cross

Aitken Memorial at Govan Cross

This elaborate, domed, cast-iron, drinking fountain,
produced at the Denny Works of Cruikshanks & Co,
 was erected in 1884

in memorial
to the contribution made by Dr. Aitken
 to the welfare of the community
.




Bank of Scotland Building at Govan Cross

Bank of Scotland Building at Govan Cross

This was built originally for the British Linen Bank
 
in 1897-1900 from a design by Salmon, Son & Gillespie.





Signpost at Govan Cross

Signpost at Govan Cross

( Note: Click here or on above for large format copy )






The Town Hall in Govan

Govan Town Hall

Opened in 1901, the Town Hall provided rooms for the Govan Provost, the Govan Town Council
 and the Administrative Departments for the Burgh of Govan.

The "B" listed building was designed by Thomson and Sandilands and erected between 1897 and 1901,
 the composition of red ashlar makes it one of the best examples of an elaborate Beaux Arts building in Glasgow
.

The building has been refurbished as Film City Glasgow - a centre for companies in the film and media industries.




Town Hall in Govan





Alexander Stephen Building in Govan

Alexander Stephen Building in Govan

 Stephens was ( 1750 - 1982 ) a Scottish shipbuilding company based at Govan on the River Clyde




The entrance to the Clyde Tunnel at Govan

The southern entrance to the Clyde Tunnel at Govan




Construction of the Clyde Tunnel

Construction of the Clyde Tunnel




Glasgow: Then - Chain ferry at Govan

Glasgow Then: - Chain ferry across the River Clyde  at Govan



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