Failte 0irbh. Thig a-staigh. Is math d'fhaicinn. Feumaidhh tu drama a ghabhail. Translated from Gaelic : Welcome. Come in. You'll have to take a dram.
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Charles Macintosh Lighthouse, Glasgow, Scotland

Local hero architect Charles Rennie macintosh designed many buildings including this Lighthouse.a water storage tower for a newspaper.

Glasgow School of Art, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. 1899. Glasgow, Scotland

The Mackintosh designed Glasgow School of Art is perhaps Glasgow's most renowned building- famous for its architecture and this like the Willow Tea Rooms is no different- showing Mackintosh's uniquie style throughout.

Scotland Street School, Charles Rennie Macintosh, 1906, Edinburgh, Scotland. I want to go here, what an awesome design school.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Before the devastating fire- the Scotland Street School, Charles Rennie Macintosh, Glasgow, Scotland

Two women chatting through an open window in the Gorbals area of Glasgow The Gorbals tenements were...

Two women chatting through an open window in the Gorbals area of Glasgow, Scotland, The Gorbals tenements were.

Monopoly - Scotland Edition

Buy Monopoly - Scotland Edition today at IWOOT. We have great prices on gifts, homeware and gadgets with FREE delivery available. :: Glasgow in the 1960s, 70s & 80s - Around The City Vol 1

Famous Glasgow shop in the Argyle Arcade which runs from Argyle St through to Buchanan St.

The Locarno or as it was usually called, the dancing or the jiggin'. It was located at the top of Sauchiehall St. in the city centre.

The only place to be seen on a Saturday night was The Locarno Ballroom, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, Scotland. It was a rocking place in the

Corner of Hope Street and Sauchiehall Street - June 1961

28 Stunning Color Photos Capture Everyday Life in Europe During the by Charles W.

Glasgow's Clyde Auditorium was designed by Sir Norman Foster, and is affectionately known as the "Armadillo"

Clyde Auditorium - aka The Glasgow Armadillo. Archs: Foster and Partners - 1997

Rent Strike, Glasgow 1915 - Red Clydeside.

British housing is a dangerous mess. But people are organising to protect themselves – like they always have.