Glasgow Images

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Glasgow, Scotland
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Established by wealthy tobacco merchant Stephen Mitchell, the Mitchell Library is now one of the largest public reference libraries in Europe. (Source)
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View of the entrance to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (Source)
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The SSE Hydro arena (Source)
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BBC Scotland HQ, Pacific Quay, Glasgow (Source)
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Glasgow Cathedral marks the site where Saint Mungo built his church and established Glasgow. (Source)
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Lord Fosters Clyde Auditorium, colloquially known as the Armadillo (Source)
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New office builds in the city centre of Glasgow (Source)
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HMS Daring was built by BAE Systems Maritime - Naval Ships in Glasgow and launched in 2006. Although diminished from its early 20th century heights, Glasgow remains the hub of the UKs shipbuilding industry. (Source)
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Glasgow Tower, Scotlands tallest tower, and the IMAX Cinema at the Glasgow Science Centre symbolise the increase in the importance of tourism to the citys economy. (Source)
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Glasgow Central station is the northern terminus of the West Coast Main Line. (Source)
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Iconic The Clyde Clock outside Buchanan bus station (Source)
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The M8, Scotlands busiest motorway (Source)
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Typical red sandstone Glasgow tenement in Hyndland (Source)
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The Blythswood Court estate in Anderston, one of many high rise schemes in the city constructed in the 1960s and 1970s (Source)
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The Glasgow Royal Infirmary is the citys oldest and largest hospital. (Source)
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The University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world and among the worlds top 100 universities. (Source)
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The Saltire Centre at Glasgow Caledonian University, one of the busiest university libraries in the UK (Source)
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Celtic Park in Parkhead is Scotlands biggest football stadium. (Source)
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Ibrox Stadium is Scotlands only UEFA Elite stadium. (Source)
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Hampden Park, home of Queens Park and the Scotland national football team (Source)
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Firhill Stadium is the home of Partick Thistle, located in the Maryhill district of the city. (Source)
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Emirates Arena in Glasgow, one of the designated stadiums constructed for the 2014 Commonwealth Games (Source)
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Shipping on the Clyde, Atkinson Grimshaw, 1881 (Source)
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University of Glasgow in the 1890s (Source)
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Glasgow Bridge in the 1890s (Source)
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George Square in 1966 (Source)
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Glasgow City Chambers, located on George Square, is the headquarters of Glasgow City Council and the seat of Local Government in the city, circa 1900 (Source)
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Panorama over Glasgows South Side and West End from Queens Park, looking north west. Left of centre can be seen the Clyde Arc bridge at Finnieston, while beyond is the tower of the University of Glasgow, with the Campsie Fells in the distance on the right. (Source)
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Areas of Glasgow. Click to enlarge. (Source)
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Looking down Buchanan Street towards St Enoch subway station (Source)
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The Tolbooth Steeple dominates Glasgow Cross and marks the east side of the Merchant City. (Source)
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Clyde Arc, also known as Squinty Bridge (Source)
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Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is Glasgows premier museum and art gallery, housing one of Europes best civic art collections. (Source)
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Peoples Palace museum on Glasgow Green (Source)
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The Doulton Fountain in Glasgow Green (Source)
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Ruchill Church, seen from the Forth and Clyde Canal (Source)
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