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The Broomielaw Quay has been the harbour of Glasgow since the end of the 17th Century and historically in 1812 saw the first European commercial steamer service depart in the form of the world famous Henry Bell's Comet.
In 1884 Clutha Ferries ran a half hourly service between Victoria Bridge and Whiteinch stopping at the Broomielaw Quay on their journey.
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Band playing on the "King Edward" as she leaves the Broomielaw in Glasgow 17.07.1939 (continued)
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