A series of images of Greater Glasgow, Scotland.
The statue of Donald Dewar outside the Royal Concert Hall. Date: 24th Oct 2007.
The "Running Man" outside Buchanan Street Bus Station at night. Date: 24th Oct 2007.
Statue at George Square. Date: 24th Oct 2007.
George Square and the City Chambers. Date: 8th May 2006
Glasgow Cathedral and Cathedral Square. Date: 8th May 2006
200 St Vincent Street. Date: 24th Mar 2015
Reflective windows in St Vincent Street. 7th Oct 2014
Cambridge House, at junction of Cambridge Street and Sauciehall Street. 7th Oct 2014
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Renfrew Street. Date: 24th Mar 2015
View down West George Street. Date: 24th Mar 2015
Buildings in West George Street. Date: 24th Mar 2015
Buchanan Bus Station. Date: 24th Mar 2015.
Cycles for hire ("Nextbike") at Buchanan Bus Station. Date: 24th Mar 2015
Sovereign House in West Regent Street was originally built as a Mission for the Deaf and Dumb in the early 1890s. It combined a Church on the left with an Institute on the right for educational and social activities. Date: 27th June 2015.
Detail of Sovereign House. Date: 27th June 2015.
View along Sauciehall Street Shopping Precint (from Bath Street Car Park). Date: 27th June 2015.
Glasgow City Halls in Candleriggs. Date: 4th April 2006
Foyer of City Halls. Date: 4th April 2006
Riverside Museum, Glasgow's new Museum of Transport. 21st Sept 2014
The Tall Ship Glenlee. 21st Sept 2014
View up the River Clyde from the Riverside Museum. From left to right can be seen the Armadillo, the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Bells Bridge, BBC Scotland and the Science Museum.
Stobhill Hospital, Glasgow.
The extension of the M74 in Glasgow opened on 28th June 2011. This extensive work on an elevated section joins the previous end of the M74 at Fullarton Road to link up with the M8 south of the Kingston Bridge at Tradeston. It provides a welcome alternative to the city section of the M8 which is so often a bottleneck and will ease congestion on the Kingston Bridge. This fulfils original objectives for the Motorway plans for Glasgow from 1965 and removes the anomaly of the prepared junctions at either end that went nowhere. The section was due to open to the public at 7 pm but was delayed by about half an hour when, with police escort, the first vehicles were allowed through on the Westbound carriageway. The Eastbound carriageway (shown) was opened at 8 pm.
Hillington Industrial Estate, Hillington, Glasgow. 14th Sept 2012
I was surprised to find that this Industrial Estate to the West of Glasgow dates from the 1930s. Together with a Rolls Royce Factory to build Spitfire aero engines, this was originally built as an attempt to promote recovery after the Great Depression following the first world war. The estate, offering units for small manufacturing businesses, was opened by the Queen Mother, then Queen Elizabeth, in 1938. Very little manufacturing now remains and the units are mainly used as retail outlets for the home improvements business. For more information, see Wikipedia.
Greenbank Garden, Clarkston, Glasgow - a National Trust for Scotland property. Date 19/06/2013