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Along the Clyde in central Glasgow

3 months ago
Suspension Bridge, Glasgow
Having arrived too late to join the organised canal walk the day before the Geograph AGM in Glasgow, I had a short stroll across Photo and along Photo the River Clyde near my hotel in the Gorbals, past the Central Mosque Photo and the Roman-Catholic cathedral Photo and onto the Suspension Bridge Photo. Amongst the bridges is the Caledonian Railway Bridge Photo, where tracks begin to fan out towards Glasgow Central station Photo, which I...
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City squares in Glasgow Hillhead, Kelvingrove, Anderston, Blythswood, Gorbals

3 months ago
M8 Kingston Bridge across the Clyde, Glasgow
This is my walk back to the hotel after meeting other Geograph-ers at the ran Mr, a church-turned-foodie pub in the Hillhead area in northwest Glasgow. As my hotel was in the Gorbals, that gave me an opportunity to collect a few squares while walking back on the evening of the latest sunset of the year. I started by walking down Byres Road Photo to the remnants of the former Western Infirmary, where the erstwhile Tennant Memorial Institute of Ophthalmology Photo awaits...
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Post-AGM exploration of Glasgow's Museums

3 months ago
North Clyde Line and mural, Partick, Glasgow
This Geotrip describes a walk led by Richard Sutcliffe LinkExternal link , who works at Glasgow Museums and gave us some insight into some of the museums the city has on offer and how they present and curate their collection. We started from the Gilbert Scott Building Photo, the main building of the University, where the Geograph AGM had taken place in the morning. After a look across town from the viewing point at the foot of the bell tower of the...
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Geograph-ers exploring Glasgow's Merchant City

3 months ago
Brunswick Street, Glasgow
On the day after the Geograph AGM 2019 in Glasgow, a group of Geograph-ers met for a guided walk of the Merchant City. Our tour guide was local fellow member Richard Sutcliffe LinkExternal link , who led us through the grid pattern of the area and explained some of its architectural features, occasionally referring back to Tony Lewis's talk at the AGM the day before. We started at George Square Photo, following down Buchanan Street to the arch at the...
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