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Guthrie Hutton

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Guthrie Hutton played a leading role in the Forth & Clyde Canal Society and was active in the campaign to restore the canal. While helping to give the canal a future, he researched the canal's past and wrote a number of books about it. He has also written books on other local and industrial history subjects.

Guthrie Hutton has written the following TheGlasgowStory essays:

1770s to 1830s - Trade and Communications: Waterways
Glasgow's transport infrastructure was transformed in the 1770s by two canals. The Monkland Canal r...
1830s to 1914 - Trade and Communications: Waterways
Three canals served Glasgow in 1830, but in the years to follow it was the Monkland Canal that made ...
1914 to 1950s - Trade and Communications: Waterways
Unlike other canals, the Forth and Clyde kept going into the 20th century. A popular fleet of pleas...
1950s to The Present Day - Trade and Communications: Waterways
The Forth and Clyde Canal had little utilisation by the 1950s and a campaign to close it gathered pa...

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