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HMS AMBUSCADE

A Type 21 frigate could become the star attraction at a museum on the River Clyde, if fundraising is successful.

A proof of concept image showing what a potential museum, sited at Govan Graving Docks on the River Clyde, could look like
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AFalklands veteran warship is scheduled to be the centrepiece of a museum celebrating shipbuilding on the Clyde, if money can be raised to bring her from Pakistan to Scotland.

The Type 21 frigate, HMS Ambuscade, served with the Royal Navy from the 1970s until the 1990s, before being transferred to the Pakistan Navy. Recently decommissioned, she has been offered to the Clyde Naval Heritage Museum at no cost.

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