Paisley Gilmour Street Station, Platforms 3 and 4

Renfrewshire


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Paisley Gilmour Street Station, Platforms 3 and 4

Paisley Gilmour Street is the busiest of the four Paisley stations. It has four platforms, with trains running on the Inverclyde and Ayrshire Coast lines. It is the fourth busiest railway station in Scotland, after Glasgow Central, Edinburgh Waverley, and Glasgow Queen Street. Quoted from Wikipedia .

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Paisley Gilmour Street Station, Platforms 1 and 2

Paisley Gilmour Street railway station is the largest of the four stations serving the town of Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, and acts as the town's principal railway station. Quoted from Wikipedia .

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Paisley Cenotaph

The cenotaph is 25 feet high with a bronze group by Meredith Williams of a mounted crusader flanked by four infantrymen. Quoted from Paisley on the Web .

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Queen Victoria Monument

Dunn Square, Paisley - Category B Listed.

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Paisley Abbey and the White Cart Water

Paisley Abbey is a former Cluniac monastery, and current Church of Scotland Protestant parish kirk, located on the east bank of the White Cart Water in the centre of the town of Paisley, Renfrewshire, about 12 miles (19 km) west of Glasgow, in Scotland. Quoted from Wikipedia . The River Cart itself is very short, being formed from the confluence of the Black Cart Water (from the west) and the White Cart Water (from the south east) and is only 0.75 mile (1 km) long. The River Cart and its tributary the White Cart Water were navigable as far as the Seedhill Craigs at Paisley; and, as with the River Clyde, various improvements were made to this river navigation. Quoted from Wikipedia .

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Paisley Town Hall and the White Cart Water

Paisley is the largest town in the historic county of Renfrewshire and the fifth-largest in Scotland. Situated in the west central Lowlands of Scotland, it serves as the administrative centre for the Renfrewshire council area. The town is on the northern edge of the Gleniffer Braes, straddling the banks of the White Cart Water, a tributary of the River Clyde. Quoted from Wikipedia .

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Paisley Town Hall and the Robert Tannahill Statue

Robert Tannahill (June 3, 1774 – May 17, 1810) was a Scottish poet of labouring class origin. Known as the 'Weaver Poet', he wrote poetry in English and lyrics in Scots in the wake of Robert Burns. Quoted from Wikipedia.

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Abbey Bridge, Paisley

Stone commemorating the erection of Abbey Bridge on the Geograph website .

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Mural in the Car Park between Orchard Street and Johnston Street, Paisley

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