Note: A Statistical Analysis of Scottish-built Ships 1850–2009

By Ian Buxton, published August 2019

Abstract

A statistical analysis of trends in Scottish ship production from 1850 – 2009 based on data extracted from the British Shipbuilding Database.  The data discriminates between merchant ships and warships, construction material, tonnage and propulsion, and is split into Scotland’s three principal shipbuilding regions: Upper Clyde: Rutherglen–Bowling, Lower Clyde: Dumbarton westward and SW and NW Scotland, East coast: Eyemouth–Thurso.

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Filed under: Other (Twentieth C) | Other (Nineteenth C)
Subjects include: Shipbuilding & Design