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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

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1967 Campbeltown Shipyard Limited was incorporated to re-establish shipbuilding in the yard that had been operated by the [[Campbeltown Shipbuilding Co]] until 1922.<ref>https://opencorporates.com/companies/gb/SC044581</ref>
1967 Campbeltown Shipyard Limited was incorporated to re-establish shipbuilding in the yard that had been operated by the [[Campbeltown Shipbuilding Co]] until 1922.<ref>https://opencorporates.com/companies/gb/SC044581</ref>
The company built mainly steel-hulled trawlers, operating on a scale that allowed them to escape inclusion in [[British Shipbuilders]] when the shipbuilding industry was nationalised.
1997 The yard closed in November.


== See Also ==
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== Sources of Information ==
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* Fred M. Walker, Song of the Clyde: A History of Clyde Shipbuilding (2001)


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Trench Point, Campbeltown

1967 Campbeltown Shipyard Limited was incorporated to re-establish shipbuilding in the yard that had been operated by the Campbeltown Shipbuilding Co until 1922.[1]

The company built mainly steel-hulled trawlers, operating on a scale that allowed them to escape inclusion in British Shipbuilders when the shipbuilding industry was nationalised.

1997 The yard closed in November.

See Also

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Sources of Information

  • Fred M. Walker, Song of the Clyde: A History of Clyde Shipbuilding (2001)