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Millbrae Crescent is one of Glasgow’s top architectural heritage sites being attributed to the Victorian architect, Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson (1817-1875). The street/crescent comprises an elegant row of two-storey terraced houses built using blonde sandstone and exemplifying Thomson’s typical use of Egyptian-derived columns and ornamentation.



Modern architecture at Kidston Place, Gorbals

This morning I collected guest from central Glasgow and embarked on an ancestry themed tour of the Gorbals region with emphasis on Jewish ancestry in the early part of the 20th century in the Gorbals and Hutchesontown region.

Read more on Custom Ancestry Tour, Glasgow…



Stained glass at Giffnock Synagogue.

This morning, I collected a tour group of six persons from the M/S Caribbean Princess at Greenock, Scotland and embarked a day trip covering the following sites:

Read more on Jewish Themed Tour Glasgow…