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Nature - Finnich Glen near Loch Lomond Scotland. Places To Travel, Places To See, Time Travel, Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Wonderful Places, Beautiful Pictures, Loch Lomond Scotland, Landscape Photography

15 Reasons Why Scotland Must Be On Your Bucket List

Scotland has got way more going for it than just kilts and bagpipes. The country is seeping in history and has miles upon miles of gorgeous landscapes. It’s home to a relatively diverse terrain, complete with tall mountains, several islands, sea-side cliffs, and lush forests. The geography makes for an absolutely stunning country and a […]

Tollcross - Parkhead History, Glasgow Scotland Scotland Kilt, Glasgow Scotland, Old Trees, Scandinavian Christmas, Container Gardening, Paths, National Parks, Prim Christmas, Kilts

Tollcross - Parkhead History

Tollcross: The Mansion, Tollcross park. Rustic Bridge, Tollcross park. Tollcross Park. Tollcross park. Tollcross Park, The Glen. Tollcross Park, another shot of the Glen The Glen from Rustic Bridge. Tollcreoss Park. Tollcross Park bridge at the Glen with Mansion in the background. The Museum, …

Main Street Shettleston Main Street, Street View, Glasgow Scotland, Maine, Louvre, Black And White, History, Photography, Travel

Shettleston - Parkhead History

Shettleston: Shettleston Parish Church, Killin Street. Eastbank Academy, Shettleston. Main Street, Shettleston. The thatched cottages on the left were known as Dickson’s Row and ran westwards from the corner of the then Springfield Road (now Amulree Street). Thomas G. Simpson An old Shettlestonian 1923 Thomas G. Simpson a …

Wellshot Road Main Street, Street View, Glasgow, The Row, Cottage, History, Historia, Cottages, Cabin

Shettleston - Parkhead History

Shettleston: Shettleston Parish Church, Killin Street. Eastbank Academy, Shettleston. Main Street, Shettleston. The thatched cottages on the left were known as Dickson’s Row and ran westwards from the corner of the then Springfield Road (now Amulree Street). Thomas G. Simpson An old Shettlestonian 1923 Thomas G. Simpson a …