Glasgow architecture

Collection by Nancy Acton • Last updated 5 hours ago


That shot of the Falkirk Wheel

View Large On Black Well, it had to be done. The last time I went to the beautiful and (I think) iconic structure that is the falkirk wheel, I went too early for proper darkness (it was summer) so I came back this week and had a proper go. This was taken with the recently acquired Nikon 17-70 lens, a pretty old lens that used to come bundled with the D70, but had actually turned out to be pretty good. After I took this shot I went back to the car and drove away... to find that the perimeter…

St. Vincent Street Church, Glasgow, Scotland

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Queens park tennements

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River Clyde, Glasgow from the Air

A view westwards along the River Clyde. You can see some of the bridges & shipyard as well as the SECC (Armadillo), Pacific Quay and the Riverside Museum (Scotland's National Transport Museum). This image is available for license, please do not use it without permission. All rights reserved. More images at

The Squinty Bridge (1)

The Squinty Bridge, River Clyde, Glasgow .. a long-exposure (60 secs) taken with the aid of the NDx1000 filter.

Rottenrow Maternity Hospital Glasgow

just about all thats left of this famous old Glasgow Rottenrow Maternity Hospital (The but of numerous concert hall jokes) This is a view through the arch towards George Square. . This wasa the side entrance on North Portland Street, now consigned to the dustbin of history. It was situated on a steep hill leadsing to George Street and George Square. Now part of the Strathclyde University Campus

Cash plea to save city's historic buildings

Over the past 30 years Glasgow Building Preservation Trust has saved dozens of important buildings from the wrecking ball.

Scottish Region photos 1980's

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

Scottish Region photos 1980's

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

Glasgow Christian Institute, designed in 1879 by John Macleod. By the 1970s it had fallen into severe disrepair and was demolished.

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