The Lighthouse, Glasgow. The architecture is stunning and you can get the best view of the city

Here are 25 Amazing Listed buildings. Did you know the largest surviving Victorian glasshouse in the world is based in Kew Gardens.

Old cemetery in Glasgow, Scotland by Bockerl1

Old cemetery in Glasgow, Scotland by mother passed on her love of wandering through old cemeteries.we used to do rubbings from the headstones. This is something we did at Girlscouts Camp also.

You can drink cocktails in a 1900s cinema. | 31 Things About Glasgow That Will Surprise You. Hillhead Bookclub used to be a beautiful and grandiose cinema called The Salon that was built in 1913. It’s now an equally beautiful bar.

You can drink cocktails in a 1900s cinema.

Hillhead Bookclub used to be a beautiful and grandiose cinema called The Salon that was built in It’s now an equally beautiful bar

Glasgow Cathedral, Glasgow, Scotland

Glasgow Cathedral, Glasgow Scotland I'm pretty sure I have a photo of this exact gravestone!

Glasgow, Scotland. Fifty thousand bodies are buried in the 37 acres of the Glasgow Necropolis which sits on a hill adjacent to the Glasgow Cathedral. Monuments of every architectural style are here, designed by major architects and sculptors of the time, including Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson, Charles Rennir Macintosh and JT Rochead.

The Glasgow Necropolis

Duke Street Prison,  Demolished in 1958. Parts of the outside wall are all that remain

We would walk past those high walls and I was told that criminals were hanged there! Susan Newall, the last woman to be hanged was executed on October The Prison was demolished 1958 to make way for Ladywell housing scheme.

War tanks in Glasgows- 1919 years of working-class resistance in Glasgow led to Bloody Friday, 1919, after which Westminster sent in troops, tanks and artillery. Trongate, Glasgow

War tanks in Glasgows- 1919 years of working-class resistance in Glasgow led to Bloody Friday, after which Westminster sent in troops, tanks and artillery.

Poverty: Two children are pictured playing in the street by Leith tenement in Edinburgh in 1972. In some of the slums families were surrounded by damp and vermin and had no electricity and running water

A bleak portrait of Dickensian poverty... from Glasgow's 1970 slums

Poverty: Two children are pictured playing in the street by Leith tenement in Edinburgh in In some of the slums families were surrounded by damp and vermin and had no electricity and running water

Duke Street at Millerston Street - September 1977

Duke Street at Millerston Street - September I believe my first home as a wee one was not far from Duke Street. I do remember shopping here. there was a small clothing store called "Dorothy" that my Mum shopped at often.

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