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Clydebank Museum and Art Gallery is situated beside the now demolished John Brown shipyard where many of the famous liners of the Clyde were built. The Museum and Art Gallery showcases an exciting temporary exhibition programme featuring fine art and touring exhibitions and has small permanent displays relating to the shipbuilding industry and the Singer Sewing Machine Collection. The museum collections include local, social and industrial history artefacts relating to life in Clydebank both past and present and to shipbuilding and engineering in a town which became world famous for building ships