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Finnieston Quay

The ferry landing at Finnieston from the roof of the North Rotunda, looking south to Mavisbank Quay, 1889. There are two passenger ferries in mid-stream.

The Finnieston Ferry was introduced in 1846 and rowing boats were replaced by steam boats in 1868. The first adjustable-deck vehicular ferry on the River Clyde was introduced on the route in 1890.

Reference: T-CN 19-378-001

Reproduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Libraries Information and Learning

ferry slipways, Finnieston Ferry, Glasgow Harbour, passenger ferries, River Clyde

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