4 edition of Photographs of Glasgow found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
nodata File Size: 4MB.
Good starting points for people just visting the website for the first time:• Now lying abandonded to the elements and the will of the ever vigilant property developers, Glasgows Asylums no longer hold patients. Including bunkers, gun emplacements, fuel depots, barracks, etc. Glasgow has had a number of these including Bostocks Scottish Zoo and Pickards Noah's Ark at the Panopticon in the Trongate.
GlescaPals is a social history of Glasgow with a compilation of stories and photographs from myself and pals from all over the world. weather Welcome tae GlescaPals - GlesgaPals - Glesga. Ranging from Glasgow Fair, markets and circuses to public speeches and demonstrations. It is over 10 years since Hidden Glasgow first launched, and in that time a fantastic community has developed.
This project features buildings and structures that were affected by or created during WW11. A few years ago it was knocked down and rebuilt, featured are some photographs taken during the rebuilding. It was one of Europe's largest brick buildings. Located about two kilometers to the east of Lanark, Winston Barracks, although disused is still in remarkably good condition and is an excellent example of a British battalion sized location. In no particular order is some gathered information about what they were built for.
Fancy a trip down memory lane?
I was born and brought up in Glasgow's east-end, Bridgeton - a well known district of Glasgow and take great delight that this website has brought the history of my area and surrounding areas into the homes of people all over the world.
In no particular order is some gathered information about what they were built for.
It once dominated the skyline on the Clyde at Meadowside Quay, making sure that the sun never shone on South Street.