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Dalek street art in Glasgow, Scotland by Rogue One. This is why I need to go to Scotland. 3d Street Art, Street Art Graffiti, Doctor Who Art, Art Sculpture, Dalek, Art Graphique, Banksy, Public Art, Tardis

Dalek street art in Glasgow by Rogue One

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The Daily Record Bldg in Renfield Ln., Glasgow in the early C. from: Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition showcases work of influential Scottish architect in Scotland Now. Scotland History, Glasgow Scotland, Edinburgh, Gorbals Glasgow, Glasgow Architecture, Famous Buildings, City Buildings, Glasgow City, Glasgow School Of Art

Rennie Mackintosh exhibition showcases work of influential Scottish architect

THE style of one of Scotland's greatest architects is set to be recognised at a new exhibition in London. Take a look at his iconic and less famous buildings here.

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Glasgow Tenements

Glasgow is known for its tenements. These were the most popular form of housing in 19th and 20th century Glasgow and remain the most common form of dwelling in Glasgow today. Tenements are commonly bought by a wide range of social types and are favoured for their large rooms, high ceilings and original period features. The Hyndland area of Glasgow is the only tenement conservation area in the UK and includes some tenement houses with as many as six bedrooms. Like many cities in the UK…

Coffee stand in restored police box. In Glasgow, but I know not where. Worked out to Buchanan St / Royal Bank Place. Coffee Shops, Coffee Carts, Little's Coffee, I Love Coffee, Coffee Humor, Best Coffee, Coffee Break, Funny Coffee, Coffee Lovers

Glasgow travel

Explore Glasgow holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Disarmingly blending sophistication and earthiness, Scotland's biggest city has evolved over the last couple of decades to become one of Britain's most intriguing metropolises.

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St Bernard's Place, Stockbridge

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This is Glasgow Queen Street station on what is clearly a very wet morning in July, LMS Stanier 'Black 44972 is waiting to depart for Fort William. Diesel Locomotive, Steam Locomotive, Steam Trains Uk, Glasgow Architecture, Glasgow City, Steam Railway, Train Times, Railway Posters, British Rail

R0297. 44972 at Glasgow Queen Street. July, 1960.

1960/07.R297. This is Glasgow Queen Street station on what is clearly a very wet morning in July, 1960! LMS Stanier 'Black 5' 4-6-0 44972 is waiting to depart for Fort William. Copyright © Ron Fisher.

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Roxburgh Street Glasgow Scotland 1962

Roxburgh Street and Byres Road, Glasgow, seen from by grandparents' sitting room window in 1962. My grandfather must have been testing high speed film in his camera. The tram rails are still in place, and 1962 was the year the Glasgow's tram system was closed down. I have no idea if it was still operating when the photos were taken. I was born in 1975 but my early memories of Glasgow are of a coal black town, the porous sandstone building had absorbed years of soot from coal burning fires…

A view of Sauchiehall Street at the Charing Cross end. Still the days of tramcars and the Locarno Ballroom looks to be in full swing. Glasgow Pubs, Glasgow City, Glasgow Scotland, Glasgow Architecture, Glasgow Girls, Paisley Scotland, Old Photos, Places To Go, Street View

The Locarno Ballroom, Glasgow, 1956.

A view of Sauchiehall Street at the Charing Cross end. Still the days of tramcars and the Locarno Ballroom looks to be in full swing. The band advertised is Benny Daniels and his Orchestra.

Photo of Greenock, South Parish Church and Ann Street 1904 - Francis Frith Old Pictures, Old Photos, Glasgow Architecture, Local History, My Heritage, Vintage Postcards, Scotland, Ann, Old Things

Greenock, South Parish Church and Ann Street 1904

Photo of Greenock, South Parish Church And Ann Street 1904

Tour Scotland Photographs: Old photograph of the gates to Maryhill Barracks in Glasgow, Scotland. These Scottish barracks were opened as Garrioch Barracks in Built to accommodate an infantry regiment, a squadron of cavalry and a battery of field artillery Scotland Kilt, Glasgow Scotland, Old Photographs, Old Photos, Glasgow Architecture, Glasgow City, Old Trees, Scandinavian Christmas, Color Photography

Old Photograph Maryhill Barracks Gates Glasgow Scotland

Old photograph of the gates to Maryhill Barracks in Glasgow, Scotland. These Scottish barracks were opened as Garrioch Barracks in 1872. Built to accommodate an infantry regiment, a squadron of cavalry and a battery of field artillery, it dominated the area which is now the Wyndford housing estate. The barracks replaced the previous Infantry Barracks at Duke Street in the East End of the city, which dated from 1795. Maryhill Barracks became the depot of the Highland Light Infantry, City of…

The finishing touches are being made in a workshop in Bury, Greater Manchester, where the world's best known locomotive is nearly back on track thanks to a million restoration project. Coventry, Glasgow Architecture, Heritage Railway, Automobile, Flying Scotsman, Train Art, Holiday Places, Back On Track, Steam Engine

The Flying Scotsman is pictured for the first time after restoration

The finishing touches are being made in a workshop in Bury, Greater Manchester, where the world's best known locomotive is nearly back on track thanks to a £4.2 million restoration project.

Scottish Region photos - UK Prototype Discussions (not questions! Glasgow Architecture, Train Room, British Rail, Rolling Stock, Locomotive, Diesel, Transportation, Community, Trains

Scottish Region photos 1980's

Cant let the best thread from old site fade away. cheerio Claggy PS I havnt got any photos