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is the first purpose-built museum
created by Glasgow Life in the 21st century.
Located at the junction of the Rivers Kelvin and Clyde,
it houses the city’s fabulous transport and technology collections,
which have been gathered over the centuries
and which reflect the important part Glasgow
has played in the world
through its contributions to heavy industries like
shipbuilding, train manufacturing and engineering.
Waverley is the world’s last sea-going paddle steamer.
In 1975, at the end of her working life, she was famously bought for £1 by the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society.
Waverley Steam Navigation Co. Ltd, a charity registered in Scotland, was set up to operate the ship.
Waverley then began a second career as one of the country’s best-loved tourist attractions.
Since she has been in operational preservation she has been awarded four stars by Visit Scotland, an engineering heritage award, and has carried over 5 million passengers from over 60 ports around the UK.