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Concept Modeling For Metallic Sculpture : – Picture : – Description Named Arria, it overlooks the main Glasgow to Stirling road at Cumbernauld, by Glasgow artist Andy Scott -Read More – Glasgow Scotland, Scotland Travel, Stirling Scotland, Scotland History, Edinburgh, Art Sculpture, Steel Sculpture, Wow Art, Land Art

Arria

This fabulous piece of public art, standing ten metres tall and made from galvanised steel, was unveiled in August 2010. It is the work of the acclaimed Glasgow artist Andy Scott. Named Arria, it overlooks the A80 main Glasgow to Stirling trunk road at Cumbernauld, where it is estimated that it will be viewed by 70,000 motorists daily. Costing £250,000, it has divided residents in the town, with some questioning the use of public funds for such a project.

The legendary Barras market in the east end of Glasgow. Runs every weekend, Glasgow Scotland, Scotland Travel, Edinburgh, Newark Castle, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, The Second City, Vegas, Best Travel Deals

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A diverse selection of top quality original vintage posters from all eras and around the world.

Vintage Glasgow Scottie dog New Year postcard. Vintage Dog, Vintage Children, Vintage Greeting Cards, Vintage Postcards, Vintage Pictures, Dog Pictures, Le Clan, Scottie Dogs, Scottish Terriers

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The launching of the Cunard liner on 20 September 1967 in Clydebank, Scotland. Cunard Ships, Black And White Tree, The Second City, Merchant Marine, Naval, Glasgow Scotland, Steamers, Cruise Ships, Best Cities

UK | Colourful history of famous ship

During its 41 years on the seas the QE2 has broken records, hosted royalty and transported troops.

Children playing outside tenements in Glasgow I used to do this pretend shopkeeper. Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, London History, Slums, Vintage Photographs, Edinburgh, Kids Playing, Britain

Webshots - Wallpaper / Screen Savers

Webshots, the best in Wallpaper, Desktop Backgrounds, and Screen Savers since 1995.

Glasgow Tenement housing on the Banks of the River Cart. Snuff Mill Bridge is in the foreground. This is near to where Mary Queen of Scots watched the Battle of Cathcart. Glasgow Scotland, Edinburgh, Gorbals Glasgow, Scotland Location, Glasgow Architecture, Outlander, Glasgow City, The Second City, Glasgow School Of Art

Glasgow Tenement housing

A good example of Glasgow tenement architecture built in the style of Charles Rennie MacKintosh and Alexander Greek Thomson, on the Banks of the River Cart. Snuff Mill Bridge is in the foreground. This is near to where Mary Queen of Scots watched the Battle of Cathcart

OLD GLASGOW Photo of - Kittle Corner (corner of Shaw Street and Govan Road) Govan. - Welcome to Victorian Glasgow, take a step back in time and wonder down the lives and events of Glasgow's Victorian Era. Scotland History, Glasgow Scotland, Edinburgh, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, The Second City, Slums, Back In Time, British History

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Kittle Corner in Govan, 1890s. Kittle Corner was a little square at the corner of Shaw Street and Govan Road. It was popular with local people as a place to meet friends and exchange gossip. Kittle is a Scots word meaning awkward, dangerous or ticklish and could refer to the feelings of passers-by who had to run the gauntlet of sharp-tongued comment from the locals.

Scottish gangsters kicked out of the US in the brought Chicago-style rackets back to Glasgow Glasgow City, Scottish News, Nostalgic Pictures, Chicago Style, Scottish Highlands, Scotland Travel, Old Photos, Street View, History

Unseen Glasgow: Enjoy our stunning images of Scotland's biggest city

DID you grow up in an era when Glasgow really did seem like the dance capital of the world? Were you party of a family that called a tenement block "home"? Whatever your background, if you're a son or daughter of Glasgow then our pictures will warm your heart.

 This is where I grew up in the late early before we emigrated to Canada. My Dad was a constable with the Glasgow Police. We lived in what is called a police close. Six living units of police families. Color Photography, Street Photography, Vintage Photography, White Photography, Glasgow Police, The Gorbals, Best Graffiti, British History, City Streets

Easterhouse, Glasgow. This is where I grew up in the late 1950's, early 1960's before we emigrated to Canada. My Dad was a constable with the Glasgow Police. We lived in what is called a police close. Six living units of police families. It wasn't run down like this. C

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Trams - Rutherglen, Glasgow, Scotland

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The Gorbals was a slum/ghetto, a tough place to live. The Forgotten Gorbals, Glasgow, Scotland, 1948 photo by Bert Hardy Gorbals Glasgow, The Gorbals, Glasgow Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland Travel, Scottish People, Slums, Vintage Photographs, Great Britain

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Bert Hardy The Forgotten Gorbals, Glasgow, Scotland, 1948 Thanks to firsttimeuser