“You know, Clydebank was a really beautiful wee place, the terraces and the red sandstone buildings, all the shops and the big schools. We even had our own little police station separate from the main one. Everybody knew everybody and you were a real part of the community. People were much closer then, you felt really safe”.

Clydebank Circa 1941. Looking  West, Singers  Clock  in centre of image. The category A target, the Dalnottar oil tanks  top left.

Clydebank 1941