SPW022067 SCOTLAND (1928).  Glasgow Green and River Clyde, Glasgow. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing south.


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    Title [SPW022067] Glasgow Green and River Clyde, Glasgow. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing south.
    Reference SPW022067
    Date 1928
    Canmore Collection item 1256449
    Place name
    Parish GLASGOW (CITY OF GLASGOW)
    District CITY OF GLASGOW
    Region
    Country SCOTLAND
    Easting / Northing 259824,  664303
    Longitude / Latitude -4.2394222267608,  55.851549718645
    National Grid Reference NS598643
    Image size (px)
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     Collins Fountain.

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    navaho56
    Thursday 7th of February 2019 01:25:39 PM
     Doulton Fountain.

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    navaho56
    Thursday 7th of February 2019 01:20:39 PM
     Shawfield Greyhound Track (ex home ground of Clyde F.C. (The Bully Wee))

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    navaho56
    Thursday 7th of February 2019 12:55:32 PM
     Old Glasgow High Court.

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    Thursday 7th of February 2019 12:39:46 PM
     St Andrews Church.

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    navaho56
    Thursday 7th of February 2019 11:43:55 AM
     Nelson Monument : erected on Glasgow Green in 1806, the first in Britain in honour of Viscount Horatio Nelson, the (posthumous) hero of the Battle of Trafalgar. The 144 feet high stone obelisk stands on a plinth, and was designed by David Hamilton and built by the mason Andrew Brocket. It cost £2,000 and was paid for by public subscription. Nelson's Monument Struck by Lightning by John Knox (1778-1845) ~ the monument was struck by lightening in 1810 and 20 feet of masonry from the top was sent crashing to the ground.

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    navaho56
    Thursday 7th of February 2019 11:34:30 AM
     Entrance Glasgow Green at Charlotte Street. The arch was originally part of the facade of the Assembly Rooms built in Ingram Street in 1792. It was loosely based on the triumphal arches of ancient Rome, and features classical reliefs of Orpheus and the Three Graces. When the Assembly Rooms were demolished in 1892 the Arch was rebuilt in Greendyke Street at the entrance to Glasgow Green. In 1922 it was moved to the end of Charlotte Street.

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    Thursday 7th of February 2019 11:23:58 AM
     People’s Palace And Winter Gardens.

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    navaho56
    Thursday 7th of February 2019 11:17:08 AM
     Templetons.

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    navaho56
    Thursday 7th of February 2019 11:15:01 AM
     Albert Bridge.

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    Thursday 7th of February 2019 11:10:45 AM
     Tidal Weir and Pipe Bridge 1901 rebuilt 1949.

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    Thursday 7th of February 2019 11:09:11 AM
     Rutherglen Bridge.

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    Thursday 7th of February 2019 11:06:06 AM
     Polmadie Bridge.

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    Thursday 7th of February 2019 11:03:52 AM
     King’s Bridge.

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    Thursday 7th of February 2019 11:01:28 AM
     St Andrews Suspension Bridge.

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    navaho56
    Thursday 7th of February 2019 10:57:37 AM
     The West Boathouse on Glasgow Green. This building houses both the Clyde Amateur Rowing Club (founded 1865) and the Clydesdale Amateur Rowing Club (founded 1857). In 1872 four lads from the Clyde Amateur Rowing Club had a dream to start a Football Club, their names - Moses and Peter Mc’Neil (brothers), William McBeath and Peter Campbell. Today these lads are known as "The Gallant Pioneers", the founders of Rangers Football Club. The official symbol of Clyde ARC is - the Clyde Star, a six pointed, light blue star appears on the club flag, club badge, club rowing kit and is referenced in the club constitution. The first known picture of the Rangers squad shows the 1877 team, resplendent in white shirts, with a light blue, six pointed star on the left breast. (See photo)

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    Billy Turner
    Saturday 2nd of June 2018 05:26:08 PM
     Rutherglen Bridge

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    Class31
    Wednesday 3rd of April 2013 07:38:41 PM
     Ballater Street

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    Monday 3rd of December 2012 09:23:24 PM