"Union Canal and Lock 16, Camelon"

Maker
Unknown
Production date
Circa 1904
Description
View from the foot of the junction locks across the basin at Port Downie to the Forth and Clyde Canal at lock sixteen. There is a tall chimney in the background, in the Union Road area.
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Production date
Circa 1904
Subject notes
Port Downie was the terminal of the Union Canal, where the two canals joined and passengers changed boats. (Before the railways, passenger boats operated between Glasgow and Edinburgh). Iron and chemical works and a small shipyard grew up by the canal.
Accession number
P16419

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