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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>
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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.
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1997 The yard closed in November.
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 15:49, 6 October 2021

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)