- Architectural plans, early 20th century
Records of North British Diesel Engine Works (1922) Ltd, engine manufacturers, Glasgow, Scotland
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- ReferenceGB 248 UGD 148
- Dates of Creationearly 20th century
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- Physical Description0.1 metresThere are no physical characteristics or technical requirements that affect the use of this material.
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Administrative / Biographical History
In Barclay Curle & Co Ltd 1912, , shipbuilders, Whiteinch, Glasgow, Scotland,became a subsidiary of Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd , shipbuilders, Wallsend-on-Tyne, England. Together these two companies formed a new business, the North British Diesel Engine Works Ltd , Glasgow. This venture was designed to develop the diesel capacity acquired through Barclay Curle's take over of the North British Engine Co , Scotstoun, Glasgow. In 1922 the company was re-registered as the North British Diesel Engine Works (1922) Ltd and in 1925 it went into voluntary liquidation, its assets being acquired by Barclay Curle & Co Ltd .
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Revised by Jenny Cooknell , Assistant Archivist, 22 July 1999
Revised by David Powell, Hub Project Archivist, 29 April 2002