Ayr

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No travel freak can leave Scotland without paying a visit to Glasgow. Yes, Glasgow, the largest city of Scotland, nurtured by the River Clyde contains an

Britain from above: Aerial shots show off the beautiful colours of the UK from the sky at dusk

An aerial view of Clyde and Central Glasgow, Scotland

Only in dear old Glasgow Toon would they build a "Squinty Bridge", as Glaswegians have dubbed it, because it crosses the River Clyde diagonally to link the north and south. The correct name of the bridge is the Clyde Arc. Edinburgh, Puente Golden Gate, Glasgow Architecture, Glasgow City, Bridge Design, Scotland Travel, Highlands, Places To See, Beautiful Places
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The Squinty Bridge

Only Glasgow would build a bridge that goes across the water at a squint. One of the unique things i love about life in Glasgow.

 Andrew's Day with Traditional Scotch Broth Celebrating St. Andrew's Day with Traditional Scotch Broth Soup Recipe…Celebrating St. Andrew's Day with Traditional Scotch Broth Soup Recipe… Scottish Dishes, Scottish Recipes, Irish Recipes, Soup Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Healthy Recipes, Lemon Recipes, Recipies, Milk Recipes
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Celebrating St. Andrew's Day with Traditional Scotch Broth

Scotch Broth, a traditional Scottish soup recipe, often served for St Andrew's Day festivities, is a wonderful and hearty winter soup that can keep you warm even on the coldest days.

Random Streets of Scotland: Renfield Street, Glasgow. Scotland History, Uk History, Glasgow Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland Travel, Old Images, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Ricos World
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Old Photographs Of Glasgow

Old Photographs Of Glasgow

Forth Bridge. The Forth Bridge is a cantilever railway bridge over the Firth of Forth in the east of Scotland, 9 miles west of Edinburgh City Centre. It is considered an iconic structure and a symbol of Scotland. Beautiful Sunset, Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Fife Coastal Path, Edinburgh City Centre, Skier, England And Scotland, Fife Scotland, Scotland History
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Forth Bridge Sunset 7 Feb 2015 - Explored

Sunset of the century in Edinburgh and the biggest performing picture I've ever uploaded to Facebook being seen by over 800,000 people and in excess of 32,000 likes.

Glen Sannox, Arran Scotland Landscape, Isle Of Arran, Scottish Islands, Garden Club, Scotland Travel, Great Britain, Beautiful Landscapes, Travel Inspiration, Beautiful Places
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Glen Sannox, Arran

www.photoboxgallery.com/gallery/photo?photo_id=4058238544 This dramatic and beautiful glen has a good footpath that follows the Sannox Burn up into the mountains. The sides of the glen are littered with massive rocks - torn up and deposited by glaciers millenia ago.

Argyle Street from Buchanan Street - October 1967 Glasgow Scotland, Scotland Travel, Buchanan Street, Argyle Street, Ford Anglia, Glasgow City, Rio Carnival, Old Street, Old Photos

Argyle St., Glasgow 1967

Bert Hardy Two boys walking along a street in the run-down Gorbals area of Glasgow. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Glasgow,Ben Lomond and Dumgoyne New Zealand Lakes, Ben Lomond, Queenstown New Zealand, Lake Wakatipu, Glasgow, Countryside, Paris Skyline, Scotland, Coast
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Glasgow and Ben Lomond from Queen's Park, spring 2007

The Quayside at Ayr Harbour is a gathering place for these men in the Vintage Photographs, Old Photos, Scotland, Coastal, The Past, Boat, Lineage, Island, Explore
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The Quayside at Ayr Harbour is a gathering place for these men in the 1890's

Town Hall, Sandgate Street, Ayr 1930 Old Images, Old Photos, Ayr Scotland, Paisley Scotland, Pub Decor, Arran, Town Hall, Places To Visit, Street View
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Town Hall, Sandgate Street, Ayr 1930

Travelling Troupes 1920 - New Pavilion, Ayr New Pavilion, Ayr. As concert… Pub Decor, Arran, Pavilion, Coastal, Paisley Scotland, The Past, Organisers, Theatres, Mansions
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Travelling Troupes 1920 - New Pavilion, Ayr

New Pavilion, Ayr. As concert parties evolved from open air performances to the more sophisticated summer shows, 'Pavilion Theatres' sprang up across the country. This type of theatre building made not only artistic, but also economic sense, as the organisers could present their shows irrespective of the weather. The New Pavilion on the Scottish South West coastal town of Ayr is indicative of the type of theatre being built during the 1920s. Special Collections Reference: STA PP 54

Station Hotel Ayr Scotland Vintage Photograph X Ayr Scotland, City Scene, Vintage Photographs, Paris Skyline, Louvre, Europe, Mansions, Horse Drawn, Ancestry
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Ayr Railway Station, 19th century French inspired. Still looks pretty much the same, except more down at heel. And no horse drawn carriages.

At Alloway, the tram line passed the birthplace cottage of Robert Burns to terminate at the Burns Monument Hotel (now Brig o’ Doon House Hotel). Robert Burns, Old Things, Things To Come, Photographic Studio, Winter Scenes, Photography Business, Classic Hollywood, Libraries, Cottage
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Some seasonal scenes of old Ayr and Alloway

When it came to selecting images from our files for a seasonal post, a set of winter scenes from the collection of the late Jean Kennedy was an obvious choice. These photographs are printed on card…