I visited today with my mum. We initially wanted a cafe and somewhere to sit down and rest our legs after a busy morning. We followed signs for the Maritime Museum and were delighted that we did. Gerry was really knowledgeable and gave us an introductory talk to the layout of the Denny Tank and works, then we looked at the display of photos, accounts and tools used to construct ships, boats, passenger ferries and even helicopter prototypes and hover-crafts. A fascinating insight into the engineering of the countries sea-going vessels tested and constructed in Dumbarton!. Well worth a visit even if you think you aren't interested in boats. Thanks to Anne and the cafe staff for making us so welcome. : )
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