Clydeside

Clydeside

 

a conurbation in Scotland along the lower course of the Clyde River. Population, 1,732,900 (1970), one-third of Scotland’s population. The main city is Glasgow; among the other cities are Paisley, Renfrew, Clydebank, Dumbarton, Port Glasgow, and Greenock. Clydeside is an important industrial region, famous for shipbuilding; machine building, metallurgy, and chemical industries are there. Clydeside’s economy is linked to its port.

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Pride Glasgow's march, held today, will feature a parade from the Clydeside to the city centre and celebrations at the Riverside Museum.
Today's Pride Glasgow march will feature a parade from the Clydeside to the city centre and celebrations at the Riverside Museum.
Visit phcompany.com WHERE TO GO Check out Clydeside Distillery, in the old pump house building that once controlled entry to the Queens dock.
On his Soul Jam tour poster he's looking pretty mean in a donkey jacket and flat cap, as if he's about to clock in for the early morning shift at a Clydeside shipyard.
The work will showcase Renfrewshire's history - including Willie Gallacher, a Red Clydeside MP born in the scheme.
341 lambs (45.6kg +): ave 161p/kgTo 170p/kg Clydeside.
A Clydeside apple tree was also pulled up and thrown over a nearby fence but has since been recovered and replanted.
I shipped some dossers Up to Clydeside, But they ended up in Crewe.
Two of the 20 or so new distilleries opening in Scotland are in Glasgow, including the PS9million Clydeside Distillery, the city's first in 100 years, in a restored pump house near Zaha Hadid's Riverside Museum.
The historical fact is that in the 1980s (when Labour were not in power) Margaret Thatcher came to an arrangement with her European counterparts whereby, as a condition of maintaining shipbuilding on Clydeside, every other state-owned yard in the UK would be closed down.