Following the Andy Scott Sculpture Trail
If like me you are a fan of The Kelpies then you should really visit the numerous other public sculptures designed by Andy Scott that are dotted around Central Scotland. I was lucky enough to attend...
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Buildings - Goldbergs department store, High Riggs, Tollcross, Edinburgh
1987: Goldbergs Department Store, Tollcross, Edinburgh. Complete with rooftop cafe home to numerous parrots in the 1970s. Very glam!! Paula E
Arria: Scotland's Metal Mermaid - Roaming Required
If you're taking a road trip through Scotland there's a good chance you'll pass by the stellar Arria sculpture in Cumbernauld on your way to Glasgow. Take a break and stop by to say hello.
The photograph above (TOP) was taken today by Yours Truly and shows the rear end of the telephone exchange in Wellington Road as seen from Crescent Road. It is not my habit to go around taking photos of rear ends; the reason in this case was to illustrate the position of the former Christ Church School. The black-and-white picture is a copy of a copy of a photo of Christ Church School. It is from the collection of Gaynor Williams who was a pupil there and remembers in particular a teacher…
North faces: John Bulmer's photographs of life in northern England
See a stunning collection of images by John Bulmer, a pioneer of colour photography who captured the beauty of 1960s northern England
Little Venice Rhyl a Mystery or Myth Below Queens Market?
Little Venice in Rhyl was a Victorian attraction underneath Queens Palace, but not much is known about it, did it really exist or is Little Venice a myth?
Shopping on Shetland
Why should knitters make Shetland part of their bucket list Scotland travel itinerary? Find out in this knitting blog, with great tips for knitters traveling to the Shetland Islands, Scotland. #Orkneyology.com #knitting #knittersoftheworld #Shetland
The Royal Floral Hall
The Floral Hall was opened on May 14th, 1959 at a cost of £21,000. During the first three years it had been visited by over a million visitors. During the Winter of 1960-61 a heating system was in…