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Clow, A and N L, The Chemical Revolution (London, 1952).

Thomas, John, The Springburn Story(Newton Abbot, 1964).

Hume, John, The Industrial Archaeology of Glasgow (Glasgow, 1974).

Hume, John R and Moss, Michael S, Clyde Shipbuilding from Old Photographs (London, 1974).

Lowe, James, British Steam Locomotive Builders (Cambridge, 1975).

Moss, Michael S and Hume, John R, Workshop of the British Empire (London, 1977).

Hume, John R and Moss, Michael S, Beardmore: The History of a Scottish Industrial Giant (London, 1979).

Walker, Fred M, Song of the Clyde: a history of Clyde shipbuilding (Cambridge, 1984).

Hume, John R and Moss, Michael S, The Making of Scotch Whisky, 2nd Edition (Edinburgh, 2000).

Smith, Robin, The Making of Scotland (Edinburgh, 2001).

Other Sources

The Glasgow Room and the City Archives in the Mitchell hold extensive collections of books, periodicals and original archives relating to Glasgow industry and technology in this and other periods. Glasgow University Archives, in their Business Records Centre hold much original material relating to Glasgow firms, and the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, John Sinclair House, 16 Bernard Terrace, Edinburgh EH8 9NX hold the Sir William Arrol collection of photographs, and many other photographs and drawings of Glasgow industrial buildings. The National Archives of Scotland also have extensive archives relating to this subject area.


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