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See also SS Shieldhall.

Shieldhall is a district in the Scottish city of Glasgow. It is situated south of the River Clyde.

Shieldhall lies between Renfrew and Drumoyne and is close to Braehead. It includes the site of the King George V Dock and Shieldhall sewage treatment works, which are owned by Scottish Water. The sewage works originally opened in 1910 and were rebuilt in 1980. It is one of three such facilities in the city, along with Dalmarnock and Daldowie.

The physician and author Alexander P. W. Philip (1770-1851) was born and raised in Shieldhall.

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Coordinates: 55°52′N 4°22′W / 55.867°N 4.367°W / 55.867; -4.367

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