This morning, I embarked on a trip into Glasgow to undertake ancestry research at the Ramshorn Kirk Burial Ground which contains many interesting burials from the 18th and 19th centuries. Due to the unusual bright sunshine and good visibility I took the opportunity to take images of some key sites and sights en-route. These are provided below.

View of Glasgow and Campsie Fells from Queen’s Park.

Glasgow and Campsie Fells

Glasgow and Campsie Fells

The geometric ‘Squiggly’ or Broomielaw-Tradeston Bridge reflected in the Clyde.

Squiggly Bridge

Squiggly Bridge

Central Railway Station: Hielaman’s Umbrella over Argyle Street.

Central Railway Station

Central Railway Station

Gallery of Modern Art

Gallery of Modern Art

Gallery of Modern Art

Italian Centre

Italian Centre

Italian Centre

Ramshorn Kirk

Ramshorn Kirk

Ramshorn Kirk

Ramshorn Kirk Burial Ground

Ramshorn Burial Ground

Ramshorn Burial Ground

Buchanan Street Shopping Centre

Buchanan Street Shopping

Buchanan Street Shopping

Glasgow and River Clyde from Victoria Bridge

Glasgow and River Clyde

Glasgow and River Clyde

Distillery Chimney at Glasgow, Gorbals.

Distillery Chimney

Distillery Chimney

Glasgow Green and Nelson Monument

Glasgow Green

Glasgow Green

Detail from Templeton Carpet Factory

Templeton Carpet Factory

Templeton Carpet Factory

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