Beardmore Built, the rise and fall of a Clydeside shipyard
by Ian Johnston
Clydebank Libraries 1993
the short but illustrious history of the famous Dalmuir shipyard from 1904 to 1930.
illustrated with a wealth of contemporary photographs of the works and naval and merchant ships built
Launch of No.”534″ [Queen Mary]
In the presence of their Majesties the King & Queen, Wednesday, September 26, 1934 at Clydebank
the pre-launch souvenir of the as yet un-named liner.
The book contains an original poem by John Masefield, a descriptive text of the shipyard prior to the launch, four full-page photographs of the ship on the stocks, plus photos of worthies, and three magnificent fold-out reproductions of etchings by Frank Mason
Weekly Illustrated Special “Queen Mary” Number [May 1936]
a scarce pictorial souvenir. also included are six large sheets of Queen Mary newspaper cuttings