SAW016969 SCOTLAND (1948). Glasgow, general view, showing A and G Paterson St Rollox Sawmills and St Rollox Chemical Works. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing east.

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Title [SAW016969] Glasgow, general view, showing A and G Paterson St Rollox Sawmills and St Rollox Chemical Works. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing east.
Reference SAW016969
Date 1948
Link Canmore Collection item 1269078
Place name
Parish GLASGOW (CITY OF GLASGOW)
District CITY OF GLASGOW
Country SCOTLAND
Easting / Northing 260100, 666080
Longitude / Latitude -4.2359333044414, 55.867585720539
National Grid Reference NS601661

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