Day 204: Inchinnan to Glasgow – Clyde & City

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Renfrewshire, Scotland

Scrap metal I (with Yoker tower blocks), Christie & Son, Renfrew, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Scrap metal II, Christie & Son, Renfrew, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Scrap metal III, Christie & Son, Renfrew, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Scrap metal IV, Christie & Son, Renfrew, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Scrap metal V (with Yoker tower blocks), Christie & Son, Renfrew, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

AAM (American Axle & Manufacturing) Works, Scotstoun from Braehead, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Sainsbury’s Superstore, Braehead, Glasgow, Scotland.

The Barclay Curle Crane, one of four disused Titan or giant cantilever cranes along the Clyde, from Braehead, Glasgow, Scotland

Golspie Street housing designed by Do Architecture, 2012, Govan, Glasgow, Scotland.

The Riverside Museum built in 2011 by Zaha Hadid Architects with the Glenlee, a Glaswegian trading ship built in 1896, from Govan, Glasgow, Scotland.

The titanium-clad Glasgow Science Centre designed by BDP in 2001 with the fully rotating Glasgow Tower designed by Richard Horden in 2001, Glasgow, Scotland.

Finnieston Crane, Glasgow, Scotland.

The Riverside Museum from the Clyde Arc, Glasgow, Scotland.

The Clyde Arc (known locally as the Squinty Bridge) designed by Halcrow Group in 2006, Glasgow, Scotland.

Finnieston Crane at dusk, Glasgow, Scotland.

Clyde Auditorium, Finnieston Crane & SSE Hydro at dusk, Glasgow, Scotland.

Serving freshly baked puns.

Made it to Glasgow after 204 walking days from London. I’m looking forward to stocking up on culture in the few days I’m here for the wild paths ahead.

Preparing for a dusk photo of the Finnieston Crane. No prizes for originality with this composition.

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3 thoughts on “Day 204: Inchinnan to Glasgow – Clyde & City”

  1. Catriona says:

    Mesmerizing photos of Glasgwegian industry, and it looks like the weather perked up for you as well, bonus!

    Liked by 1 person

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