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View of Glasgow, Upper Harbour, Looking Westerly, ca 1912.

View of Glasgow, Upper Harbour, Looking Westerly, ca 1912. GGA Image ID # 1755d0d52a

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and the third largest in the United Kingdom. It is situated on the River Clyde in the country's West Central Lowlands. From the 18th century the city also grew as one of Great Britain's main hubs of transatlantic trade with North America and the West Indies.

Passenger Lists (PLs) available from the GG Archives Calling at the Port of Glasgow, Scotland.

Note: Typically, only the origination and final destination ports are listed in each link. Other intermediary ports of call may not be listed.

Anchor Steamship Line

 

State Line Steamship Co.

 

Allan-State Line Royal Mail Steamers

 

Anchor Steamship Line

 

Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers

 

Anchor Steamship Line

 

Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers

 

Anchor Steamship Line

 

Donaldson Line

 

Anchor Steamship Line

 

Anchor-Donaldson Line

 

Canadian Pacific Line

 

White Star Line

 

Anchor-Donaldson Line

 

Anchor Steamship Line

 

Canadian Pacific Line

 

Donaldson Atlantic Line

 

White Star Line

 

Note: Typically, only the origination and final destination ports are listed in each link. Other intermediary ports of call may not be listed.

The Port of Glasgow, Scotland

Distance to London, 405 miles; distance to Edinburgh, 42 miles. Passengers by all lines usually disembark at the wharves of these lines, located about two miles from the center of the city and the top hotels. Customs examination of baggage is conducted on the quay.

Should the tide state not permit steamers to proceed immediately up the river to Glasgow, passengers may be landed by tender at Greenock, situated at the entrance to the Clyde and about 23 miles distant from Glasgow, and will proceed thence by train. In the latter event, the examination of baggage takes place on the pier at Greenock. The examination is conducted with celerity, only one or two .selected packages being opened for Customs Inspection.

Representatives of the railroad lines are in attendance on the steamers' arrival and will furnish all necessary information as to train service, fares, etc.

Embarkation Notice from the White Star Line For a 15 September 1928 Voyage of the RMS Laurentic from Glasgow to Quebec and Montreal.

Embarkation Notice from the White Star Line For a 15 September 1928 Voyage of the RMS Laurentic from Glasgow to Quebec and Montreal. GGA Image ID # 17557b67fe

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