WWI era: McGeoch’s mastery in standardised electric light fittings and pivotal support for the Clyde shipbuilding industry, paving the way for post-war maritime innovations
Exploring the legacy of ‘RMS Olympic’ and its Olympic-Class Liners, featuring maritime furnishings by William McGeoch & Co.
Glasgow thrived as a maritime hub by 1900, prominently featuring in the ‘RMS Lusitania’s’ story, illuminated by William McGeoch & Co’s exceptional marine lighting expertise
Highlighting the ‘SS City of Paris’, this blog explores its record-breaking journeys and William McGeoch’s impact on maritime lighting design in the late 19th century
William McGeoch & Co acquired their Warwick Works in Birmingham in 1887 and almost immediately began manufacturing lighting fittings for the new Atlantic flyer - 'SS City of Paris' - being built on the Thomson yard (later to become John Brown's) at Clydebank....
Over the years, McGeoch Technology has established a worldwide reputation for outstanding quality and service in the design and manufacture of high-quality electrical control and instrumentation systems and specialist lighting for both land and sea applications. Above...