Today, I have collated some images of past photo tours of Glasgow.

This is a mix of old and new architecture taken at Southern Necropolis. 20th century and 18th century.

Southern Necropolis in the evening sun. Well worth a visit.
This apparently boring building is in fact one of the few remaining tenements in the notorious Gorbals district. The building is now a boarded up ruin.


This is the Caledonia Road Church which sits on the edge of the Gorbals.It was designed by Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson 1856-57 but burned out by vandals in 1965.


The following are images form the Necropolis near Glasgow Cathedral.This is a memorial to the merchant patriarchs of Glasgow and contains the remains of almost every eminent Glaswegian of its day.



This is Glasgow Cathedral
Inside of the Glasgow Cathedral
Central Railway Station
View of the Clyde with ‘Squinty Bridge’


View through the Squinty Bridge
View down the Clyde
Paddle Steamer Waverley
View of the Clyde taken from top of Science Centre Tower
Science Centre Tower

Glasgow has much for the photographer especially in the evening when the centre is lit up.

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