This museum is located in the old Denny works and is well worth a visit if you are in the area and are interested in Scottish maritime history. The place seems to have been frozen in time from the day the place closed down and lots of the original equipment is still on show and very much hands-on. The Denny model ship tank is there as are various fibre glass and wax models they used to design their experimental hulls. The tracer room still houses all the draughtsman's equipment of a bygone era. There are a lot of photos and explanations for the curious. In addition there is a small shop and tea room.
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