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. :D Discovered by Michael Schuier at St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland passionate entity

Empress of Britain at John Brown's Shipyard, near Glasgow, Scotland - 1931. Pinned from…

“The RMS Empress of Britain was an ocean liner built between 1928 and 1931 by John Brown shipyard in Scotland and owned by Canadian Pacific Steamship Company, providing trans-Atlantic passenger service between Canada and Europe from 1931 until

Central Station, Glasgow. (1955)

Glasgow Central Station, In an average of passengers used Central Station every day, travelling south and west of Glasgow and to Edinburgh via Holytown or to London Euston via the west coast of England. The Royal Scot was the most famo

Located at Glasgow Central Station, the Grand Central is an iconic hotel set within Glasgow’s shopping district.

Located at Glasgow Central Station, the Grand Central is an iconic hotel set within Glasgow’s shopping district.

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…

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.

The last tram procession through Bridgeton Cross on 4th September, 1962. Many people created their own souvenirs of the occasion by placing pennies on the lines for the trams to run over.

The last tram procession through Bridgeton Cross on September, Many people created their own souvenirs of the occasion by placing pennies on the lines for the trams to run over.

Boots Corner, Union Street at Argyle Street & Jamaica Street, Glasgow.

Boots Corner, Union Street at Argyle Street & Jamaica Street, Glasgow.

Paisley road Toll/Govan Road.

Paisley road Toll/Govan Road.

Arnotts - Argyle Street and Jamaica Street, Glasgow

In pictures: Take a trip down Glasgow's retail memory lane to Arnotts, Pettigrew & Stephens and Goldbergs

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