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The Engine, Renfrew

The Steam Engines from the Tug, "Clyde". Built for the Clyde Navigation Trust by A & J Inglis of Glasgow in 1851 and designed by Andrew Brown, who was also Provost of Renfrew at varies times for a period of 15 years. The Engines were present to the town by William Brown in memory of his father Andrew. Map location.

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