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Clyde Maritime Museum

Comprising the former Yorkhill and Kelvinhaugh Quays, a pump-house, which once powered the cranes and other dock equipment, together with the tall ship the SV Glenlee, the Clyde Maritime Museum lies on the northern banks of the River Clyde, to the west of the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre. It highlights the shipbuilding traditions of the River Clyde, stretching back through the centuries.

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