SAW035931 SCOTLAND (1951). Glasgow, general view, showing St Enoch Station and Jamaica Street. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing north. This image has been produced from a print.

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Pennawd [SAW035931] Glasgow, general view, showing St Enoch Station and Jamaica Street. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing north. This image has been produced from a print.
Cyfeirnod SAW035931
Dyddiad 1951
Dolen Canmore Collection item 1315245
Enw lle
Plwyf GLASGOW (CITY OF GLASGOW)
Ardal
Gwlad SCOTLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 258973, 665051
Hydred / Lledred -4.2533946726059, 55.858017975158
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol NS590651

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General Accident Building.

navaho56
Tuesday 7th of May 2019 07:53:55 AM
Bank of Scotland former Union Bank.

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Tuesday 7th of May 2019 07:50:11 AM
Northern Assurance Company Building.

navaho56
Monday 6th of May 2019 10:16:39 AM
St James Miller House.

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Monday 6th of May 2019 10:14:11 AM
Argyle Cinema.

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Monday 6th of May 2019 10:03:58 AM

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Monday 6th of May 2019 09:54:35 AM
Evening Citizen Building

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Sunday 5th of May 2019 03:33:28 PM
Boots the Chemist

navaho56
Sunday 5th of May 2019 03:30:47 PM
Adelphi Hotel

navaho56
Sunday 5th of May 2019 03:28:59 PM
St Enoch Squ Royal Bank and Teachers Whisky buildings.

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Sunday 5th of May 2019 03:28:23 PM
Church of New Jerusalem.

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Sunday 5th of May 2019 02:07:22 PM
Riverside House.

navaho56
Sunday 5th of May 2019 02:05:36 PM
Union St, 1938

navaho56
Wednesday 27th of March 2019 06:29:37 PM
The foundation stone of St Enoch's was laid on April 12th 1780. Built about twenty years after St Andrew's Church, it is similar in style. Enoch is a corruption of Thenew or Theneu, who was the mother of Glasgow's patron saint St Kentigern (also known by his nickname, Mungo), and the church was built on the site supposed to be that of an earlier church situated on or near her burial place. It was rebuilt in 1827, retaining the old spire, and demolished in 1925 when the congregation moved to St Enoch's Hogganfield. The Surgeons' Hall, with four columns above its main entrance, is on the east side of the square, on the left of the picture. The east side of the square was demolished in the 1870s to make way for St Enoch Station and is today the site of the St Enoch Shopping Centre.

navaho56
Wednesday 27th of March 2019 06:19:57 PM
John St Power Station

navaho56
Wednesday 27th of March 2019 05:14:51 PM
St George's Tron Parish Church

navaho56
Wednesday 27th of March 2019 05:12:10 PM
North British Station Hotel

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Wednesday 27th of March 2019 05:10:01 PM
Anchor Line Building

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Wednesday 27th of March 2019 05:07:17 PM
Custom House in Clyde Street, c 1895. It was designed by customs officer John Taylor and opened in 1840

navaho56
Wednesday 27th of March 2019 05:04:41 PM
Argyle Street at Woolworths

navaho56
Tuesday 26th of March 2019 09:37:25 AM
The Argyll Arcade at Buchanan Street Reid Mansions (one of Europe’s oldest covered shopping arcades and Scotland’s first ever indoor shopping mall. The L-shaped arcade was built in 1827 in the Parisian style. The arcade was cut through old tenements and provides a link between Argyle Street and Buchanan Street.)

navaho56
Tuesday 26th of March 2019 09:27:49 AM
The Argyll Arcade was one of Europe’s oldest covered shopping arcades and Scotland’s first ever indoor shopping mall. The L-shaped arcade was built in 1827 in the Parisian style. The arcade was cut through old tenements and provides a link between Argyle Street and Buchanan Street.

navaho56
Tuesday 26th of March 2019 09:23:43 AM
Queen Street looking south to Lewis's

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Tuesday 26th of March 2019 09:15:24 AM
Queen Street looking north to the British Linen Bank

navaho56
Tuesday 26th of March 2019 09:13:43 AM
Gallery of Modern Art

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Tuesday 26th of March 2019 09:09:08 AM
Second of Woolworths stores to open in Glasgow in 1922 (Argyle St)

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Tuesday 26th of March 2019 09:06:18 AM
First Woolworths store in Glasgow, opened in 1914. (Union St)

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Tuesday 26th of March 2019 09:00:32 AM
Gordon Street at Central Station and Central Hotel.

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Tuesday 26th of March 2019 08:57:00 AM
South Portland St Bridge.

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Tuesday 26th of March 2019 08:53:09 AM
Corner of Clyde St and Jamaica St.

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Monday 25th of March 2019 06:15:50 PM
Ingram Street looking East.

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Wednesday 27th of February 2019 08:24:11 AM
Hielanman's Umbrella

navaho56
Wednesday 20th of February 2019 02:44:07 PM
George Square

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Wednesday 20th of February 2019 02:32:13 PM
Central Station.

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Wednesday 20th of February 2019 02:29:00 PM
North Hanover Street circa 1964.

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Wednesday 20th of February 2019 02:26:44 PM
St. Enoch Square.

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Wednesday 20th of February 2019 02:24:32 PM
Dundas Street entrance to Queen Street Station.

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Wednesday 20th of February 2019 01:33:53 PM
Queen St Station.

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Wednesday 20th of February 2019 01:32:05 PM
St Enoch Station.

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Wednesday 20th of February 2019 01:28:37 PM
St. Enoch Hotel

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Wednesday 20th of February 2019 01:25:58 PM
St Andrew's Cathedral

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Wednesday 20th of February 2019 01:21:45 PM
Glasgow Bridge.

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Wednesday 20th of February 2019 01:17:10 PM
Classic Grand Cinema

navaho56
Saturday 25th of March 2017 10:02:16 AM
True-Form Boot Co.

Billy Turner
Tuesday 27th of October 2015 10:14:48 PM
Paisleys Clothing Store

Billy Turner
Tuesday 27th of October 2015 08:34:24 PM
Stewart & McDonald building (founded in 1826) was a firm of clothing wholesalers and retailers with a famous department store on the corners of Mitchell, Argyle and Buchanan Streets. The firm also owned clothes factories in Glasgow, Leeds and Strabane. In 1913 the retail section of the business was hived off and the department store was renamed McDonalds.

Billy Turner
Tuesday 27th of October 2015 07:41:03 PM
Taggarts...anyone remember what this was?

Billy Turner
Tuesday 27th of October 2015 05:59:45 PM

Billy Turner
Tuesday 27th of October 2015 05:07:38 PM
The City of Adelaide is a clipper ship, built in Sunderland, England, and launched on 7 May 1864. The ship was commissioned in the Royal Navy as HMS Carrick between 1923 and 1948 and, after decommissioning, was known as Carrick until 2001. At a conference convened by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh in 2001, the decision was made to revert the ship's name to City of Adelaide, and the duke formally renamed her at a ceremony in 2013. City of Adelaide was built by William Pile, Hay and Co. for transporting passengers and goods between Britain and Australia. Between 1864 and 1887 the ship made 23 annual return voyages from London and Plymouth to Adelaide, South Australia. During this period she played an important part in the immigration of Australia. On the return voyages she carried passengers, wool, and copper from Adelaide and Port Augusta to London. From 1869 to 1885 she was part of Harrold Brothers' "Adelaide Line" of clippers. After 1887 the ship carried coal around the British coast, and timber across the Atlantic. In 1893 she became a floating hospital in Southampton, and in 1923 was purchased by the Royal Navy. Converted as a training ship, she was also renamed HMS Carrick to avoid confusion with the newly commissioned HMAS Adelaide. HMS Carrick was based in Scotland until 1948 when she was decommissioned and donated to the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Club, and towed into central Glasgow for use as the club's headquarters. Carrick remained on the River Clyde until 1989 when she was damaged by flooding. In order to safeguard the vessel she was protected as a listed building, but in 1991 she sank at her mooring. Carrick was recovered by the Scottish Maritime Museum the following year, and moved to a private slipway adjacent to the museum's site in Irvine. Restoration work began, but funding ceased in 1999, and from 2000 the future of the ship was in doubt. After being served with an eviction notice by the owners of the slipway, the Scottish Maritime Museum was forced to seek the deconstruction of the ship on more than one occasion, while rescue proposals were developed by groups based in Sunderland and South Australia. In 2010, the Scottish Government decided that the ship would be moved to Adelaide, to be preserved as a museum ship. In September 2013 the ship moved by barge from Scotland to the Netherlands to prepare for transport to Australia. In late November 2013, loaded on the deck of a cargo ship, the City of Adelaide departed Europe bound for Port Adelaide, Australia, where she arrived on 3 February 2014.

Billy Turner
Tuesday 27th of October 2015 04:45:13 PM
Buchanan Street

Billy Turner
Monday 26th of October 2015 10:42:19 PM