An advertisement from the Post Office Glasgow directory of 1926-1927 for Edmiston Brown & Co, electrical contractors and power engineers in St Vincent Street.
The Central Electricity Generating Board was set up in 1926 to create a new National Grid in the United Kingdom, and electricity was seen as a suitably cheap, clean and efficient source of power for the modern world.
Reference: Mitchell Library, DIR 1926-27
Reproduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Libraries Information and Learning
advertisements, directories, Edmiston Brown & Co, electrical contractors, electrical engineers, electricity, mountains, Post Office Glasgow directory, power engineers