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North British Locomotive Company Limited, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain

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Location Category ID: 3890
Added to Database: 18 July 2010
Last Edited: 18 July 2010
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Other Links: Wikipedia
Latitude, Longitude: 55.87939966 , -4.22950968
Location Accuracy: 6
Tanks Previously Here: Tanks confirmed built here:
1: A12 Matilda II Tank - The Tank Museum - Public Areas, Bovington, Dorset, South West England, Britain (Manufactured May 1941)

Models of tank built here:
1: Mark VIII Liberty Heavy Tank - British Production (Sole manufacturer 1918)
2: A12 Matilda II Tank - Matilda II (Additional manufacturer)

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March 2010

“Former North British Locomotive Company HQ: This building, designed by famous Scottish railway architect James Miller, opened in 1904 as the HQ of the North British Locomotive Company who had the largest locomotive works in Europe at that time. The works finally closed in 1961, NBLC having failed to make a successful transition from steam to diesel power. The building was bought by Glasgow Corporation and has served as a college under various different names until the present day North Glasgow College moved out in 2009”, photo by Thomas Nugent
1: “Former North British Locomotive Company HQ: This buildi...

Taken: 28 March 2010
Contributor: Geograph
Location Photo ID: 305
Added: 18 July 2010
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