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This site has used many sources of information. Here is a list of some publications. 



"Ironfighters, Outfitters and Bowler Hats" George C O'Hara (1997)

"Two Hundred and Fifty Years of Shipbuilding" Scotts' Greenock (1961)

‘British Shipbuilding Yards’ [Vol 2]  Norman L Middlemiss

'The Shipbuilders - An Anthology of Shipyard Life' by Martin Bellamy Edinburgh (2001)

'Scott Lithgow: Deja Vu all over again. The rise and fall of a shipbuilding company' Lewis Johnman and Hugh Murphy

"Scotts Men - 300 Years of Scotts' of Greenock " Vincent P Gillen & William Kane (2011)

"The role of government in the decline of the British shipbuilding industry, 1945 - 1980" Duncan Philip Connors
(2009) Thesis

An economic history of shipbuilding and marine engineering

Cormack, William S. (1930) An economic history of shipbuilding and marine engineering. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow

Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 122,427 pages of information and 185,453 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

Thanks to Lorraine Murray for help with proof reading and web set-up

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