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Riverside Museum

20 Jun 2018 2 44
Figurehead from the Helen Denny . Helen Denny was a full-rigged iron ship built in 1866 by Robert Duncan & Co Port Glasgow (Yard No 21) for Patrick Henderson & Co., Glasgow. 1872 sold to Shaw, Savill & Co., London. Employed in the New Zealand emmigrant [sic] trade. Quoted from Wikimedia.

Old Glasgow Street at Riverside Museum

20 Jun 2018 3 6 65
Also known as the Transport Museum. Zeiss 12mm f/2.8

Riverside Museum

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Also known as the Transport Museum. Zeiss 12mm f/2.8

Riverside Museum

20 Jun 2018 2 49
Also known as the Transport Museum. Zeiss 12mm f/2.8

Riverside Museum

20 Jun 2018 1 47
Also known as the Transport Museum.

Riverside Museum

20 Jun 2018 3 4 96
Also known as the Transport Museum.

Riverside Museum

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Duntocher Tram Zeiss 12mm f/2.8

Riverside Museum, Glasgow

20 Jun 2018 3 4 68
Also known as the Transport Museum. Zeiss 12mm f/2.8

Riverside Museum, Glasgow

20 Jun 2018 3 2 64
Also known as the Transport Museum.

Riverside Museum, Glasgow

20 Jun 2018 2 2 62
Also known as the Transport Museum.

City Tree, Killermont Street, Glasgow

26 Jul 2018 2 4 59
Glasgow has invested in (June 2017) two CityTrees, these have been installed on Royal Exchange Square and Killermont Street and will remain in place until Dec 2018. The CityTrees contain a plant mixture of mosses and vascular plants which provide environmental benefits and introduce additional "greening" into the city centre. Quoted from the Glasgow City Council website .

Are You Dancin?

Thomas Carlyle Statue, Kelvingrove, Glasgow

06 Jul 2018 43
Thomas Carlyle (4 December 1795 – 5 February 1881) was a Scottish philosopher, satirical writer, essayist, translator, historian, mathematician, and teacher. Considered one of the most important social commentators of his time, he presented many lectures during his lifetime with certain acclaim in the Victorian era. Quoted from Wikipedia.

South African War Memorial, Kelvingrove Park, Glas…

06 Jul 2018 41
The Boer War Memorial statue in Kelvingrove Park in Glasgow, Scotland. The inscription on the statue states "To the memory of the officers, non-commissioned officers and men of the Highland Light Infantry who fell in the South African War, 1899, 1900-01-02. Erected by comrades and friends." The statue depicts a soldier who is sitting on a rock and wearing a pith helmet and puttees. Quoted from Geograph.

River Kelvin and Glasgow University

06 Jul 2018 2 24
The River Kelvin is a tributary of the River Clyde in northern and northeastern Glasgow, Scotland. It rises on the moor south east of the village of Banton, east of Kilsyth. Quoted from Wikipedia.

Prince of Wales Bridge, Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow

06 Jul 2018 2 28
Prince of Wales Bridge: the bridge dates from 1895. A substantial single masonry arch structure, it was designed by the City Engineer, Mr A B MacDonald. It is a beautifully detailed structure with carved stone balustrades, low relief carvings of the Arms of Glasgow in the spandrels, and elegant wrought-iron light fittings, although now without the lamps themselves. Quoted from Canmore.

Open Air Theatre at the Glasgow Botanic Gardens

06 Jul 2018 18
Bard at the Botanics

Main Range of Greenhouses, Glasgow Botanic Gardens

06 Jul 2018 2 29
Situated to the West of the Kibble Palace, it is now called the Main Range of Glasshouses to distinguish them from the Kibble construction. The eleven sets of communicated glasshouses were erected in 1878, and were built of teak rather than the traditional steel of the Victorian Glasshouses, covering some 1700 squared metres in total, with each compartment housing different kinds of plants. Quoted from Great Glasgow.

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