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England, Severn Bridge
Interior view of bridge towers on assembly shop floor at Sir William Arrol and Co., Dalmarnock Ironworks, Glasgow
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Ex-Scotland. Reconstruction of Tapti Bridge for G.I.P.Railway (Great Indian Peninsula Railway), India
View of span no. 16 in Arrol's Works in Glasgow
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Glasgow, 85 Dunn Street, Sir William Arrol's Works
Long service (50 years), presentation casket and scroll, presented to Sir John Hunter KBE, by the employees of Sir William Arrol & Co Ltd., April 1936. S12
View of scroll.
Scroll reads: 'Sir John Hunter KBE', 'For over fifty years you have taken such an active interest in the firm of Sir William Arrol & Co. Limited, that it is with feelings of genuine sorrow and regret the employees learn of your resignation from the position of Chairman', 'They trust that the release from the arduous duties of this office will result in improved health and that you may have many years of useful service enabling you to continue your valued and pleasant associations with the Company', 'You have been held in the highest esteem by employees of all ranks, and they appreciate the useful part you have played for years in developing the Company and maintaining it in the high position it occupies in the engineering world', 'In these recent years when industrial difficulties called for courage and resource of the highest order you never spared yourself and the Company's present position is the result of your wise leadership', 'They recall with pride that your organising talents were utilised with outstanding success by the country during the Great War, and that among the many distinctions conferred upon you was his late Majesty's honour of Knighthood', 'They remember with gratitude the kindly and generous interest which you and Lady Hunter have shown in the personal welfare of all employees, and in the wellbeing of those now retired, who have served the Company faithfully in the past', 'They realise that in all your labours she has been your constant friend and adviser, and in giving you this casket the employees hope that the future may hold for both many years of happy companionship', 'April 1936'.
Insc verso: 'S12'.
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Unidentified and unlocated.
General view of roofing work. Undated.
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Copy of photographic portait of Sir William Arrol from the frontispiece of Sir William Arrol and Company (1909) Bridges, Structural Steel Work, and Mechanical Engineering Productions
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View from SSE showing SE front (Nuneaton Street front) and part of SW front (Baltic Street front) of works
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Unidentified and unlocated.
Detailed view of unlocated and unidentified masonry. Undated.
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Elevated from south within the erecting shop of Arrol's Dalmarnock Iron Works in Glasgow, showing the new Bonhill Bridge being assembled
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Glasgow, Dunn Street, Sir William Arrol's Iron Works.
Copy of photographic portait of Sir William Arrol from the frontispiece of Sir William Arrol and Company (1909) Bridges, Structural Steel Work, and Mechanical Engineering Productions
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View from WNW showing part of WNW front (Dunn Street front)
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View from NW showing part of WNW front (Dunn Street front)
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Unidentified and unlocated.
Detailed view of unlocated and unidentified masonry. Undated.
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Detail of the plaque commemorating the life of Sir William Arrol, situated in the foyer of the offices of the Dalmarnock Ironworks, Glasgow
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Ex-Scotland. Railway Bridge renovation, Bridge over Tania River, Argentina
View of span outside erecting shop at Arrol's works, Glasgow
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Unidentified and unlocated.
Detailed view of unlocated and unidentified masonry. Undated.
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Unidentified and unlocated.
Detailed view of unlocated and unidentified roofing work. Undated.
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Glasgow, Dalmarnock, Arrol's Works.
General oblique aerial view.
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Glasgow, Dalmarnock, Arrol's Works.
General oblique aerial view.
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Ex-Scotland. Road and light Railway Bridge, unspecified, Nepal
View of 105 feet span by 11 feet 7 1/2 inch clear width roadway - assembled outside erecting shop at Dalmarnock Iron Works
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Glasgow, Dunn Street, Sir William Arrol's Works
View from NW showing block on corner of Bernard Street and Dunn Street
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Unidentified and unlocated.
Detailed view of unlocated and unidentified roofing work. Undated.
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Unidentified and unlocated.
Detailed view of unlocated and unidentified roofing work. Undated.
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Copy of image of hand operated sluice gate by Sir William Arrol and Co Ltd of Glasgow, date unknown
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View from SW showing part of WNW front (Dunn Street front)
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