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What do you know about Whiteinch?
Whiteinch is a district to the north of the Clyde between Partick and Scotstoun.
It was part of the expanding city of Glasgow in 1912, and part of the Parish of Govan.
It was originally an island in the Clyde, called Whyt Inch, (inch being an island in Scots).
However, this was during the time when the Clyde flowed naturally as a shallow and wide river. When it was dredged and narrowed as a man-made enterprise to allow for shipbuilding, the island disappeared, but the name lived on in the area that now sat on the north bank of the river.
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The industrialisation of Whiteinch resulted substantially as a result of shipbuilding and, perhaps in paricular, the presence of the Clydeholm Shipyard of Barclay Curle. By Robert Dixon (continued)
Whiteinch Centre is a community facility owned by the community of Whiteinch, in the name of Whiteinch Community Association. Membership of Whiteinch Community Association is open to all local residen (continued)
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