SAR019238 SCOTLAND (1953). St Enoch's Square and Station and Argyll Street Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing North/West.

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Details

Title [SAR019238] St Enoch's Square and Station and Argyll Street Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing North/West.
Reference SAR019238
Date 1953
Link Canmore Collection item 1438187
Place name
Parish GLASGOW (CITY OF GLASGOW)
District CITY OF GLASGOW
Country SCOTLAND
Easting / Northing 259120, 664920
Longitude / Latitude -4.2509798393423, 55.856884687904
National Grid Reference NS591649

Pins

Subway station. NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH THE "CLOCKWORK ORANGE" That is this system's modern day nick name. It was opened as a cable hauled circular railway, with it's stock painted RED. Then it was electrified, still with red stock if only on one side. The side the travelling public only saw. This link explains SOME of that. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glasgow_Subway

John Wass
Saturday 30th of May 2015 09:33:58 PM