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White Horse Warehouse, 1920s

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White Horse Warehouse, 1920s

The White Horse bonded warehouse on Borron Street in Port Dundas, 1920s.

White Horse Distillers was the name adopted in 1924 by the Glasgow company previously known as Mackie & Co, Distillers. The firm built its vast red-brick bonded warehouse at Borron Street in the 1897 and the firm's most famous brand of blended Scotch whisky, White Horse, was blended and bottled there. White Horse Distillers became a subsidiary of the Distillers Co Ltd (DCL) in 1927.

Reference: Diageo Archive

Reproduced with the kind permission of the Diageo Archive

Keywords:
bonded warehouses, DCL, Distillers Co Ltd, Forth and Clyde Canal, Mackie & Co, Distillers, railway wagons, Scotch whisky, White Horse Distillers



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