this is inside of St Giles cathedral. Just a beautiful place to walk around. They even let you take photos in here, so no need to sneak them. :D Discovered by Michael Schuier at St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland

St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland — by Michael Schuier

This is inside of St Giles cathedral. Just a beautiful place to walk around. They even let you take photos in here, so no need to sneak them. Discovered by Michael Schuier at St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland

Children with prams at the entrance to Kelvinbridge station on the Glasgow Underground, 1962. A woman is standing at the ticket booth. The entrance was located in a tenement building next to the Great Western Bridge facing west on to the Caledonian Railway Co's Kelvinbridge Station and goods yard, and the River Kelvin beyond. Reproduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Museums - TheGlasgowStory

Children with prams at the entrance to Kelvinbridge station on the Glasgow…

St Enoch Square, Glasgow.

St Enoch Square, Glasgow.

Renfield St Church, c.1908. Finally, a non-cinema or theatre view up Renfield St from the junction of Bath St. Demolished and replaced by BHS.

Renfield St Church, Finally, a non-cinema or theatre view up Renfield St from the junction of Bath St. Demolished and replaced by BHS.

A view of Woodside Crescent from Sauchiehall Street in 1966. A side entrance to the Grand Hotel can be seen behind the Cameron Memorial Fountain, which still stands today. Picture: Gerald England

A view of Woodside Crescent from Sauchiehall Street in A side entrance to the Grand Hotel can be seen behind the Cameron Memorial Fountain, which still stands today.

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