1- 8 1s dance ½ Fig of 8 round 2s, 1L+2M turn 1½ times RH while 1M+2L turn 1½ times LH 1s end 2nd place facing out
9-16 1s dance ½ Fig of 8 round 2s (1s casting to start), 2L+1L turn 1½ times LH while 2M+1M turn 1½ times RH back to original places
17-24 1s lead down the middle and back to top for Allemande
25-32 1s+2s dance Allemande
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
A major employer in the town was its founding firm, the John Brown and Company shipyard, which built several well-known ships, including RMS Lusitania, HMS Hood, RMS Queen Mary, RMS Queen Elizabeth and Queen Elizabeth 2. Later it became part of Upper Clyde Shipbuilders, which was the scene of a famous "work-in" in the 1970s. The yard and associated engineering works continued to operate under a succession of owners until it was closed in 2000. The site is now in the process of being redeveloped, with tourist attractions such as the Titan Clydebank Crane and a new campus for Clydebank College, a new college for further education.
The Singer Corporation was also a major industrial manufacturer in Clydebank, giving thousands of jobs to the townsfolk but closed in 1980, with the Clydebank Business Park later created where its famous building used to stand (next to where Singer railway station is now).