Picturing Scotland: Glasgow
(New Expanded and Revised Edition)

Content: Glasgow, Scotland's largest city, was founded by St Kentigern (colloquially known as St Mungo) and has throughout the years brought forth many famous people such as William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin, after whom the Kelvin Grove Art Gallery and Museum is named, to Charles Rennie Mackintosh whose iconic architecture lives on to this day. In more recent years there has been an upsurge of development along the River Clyde, where a number of ultra-modern structures, which define the post-industrial rebirth of the River Clyde, stand alongside relics from the past age. It is a most interesting and intriguing place and Glasgow folk are known for their friendliness and wry good humour. St Kentigern reputedly affectionately called it "the dear green place" and, to those who know and love it, no expression could be truer. Uniquely (in comparison to similar books), it also reveals the picturesque highlights of the surrounding area: Dunbartonshire, Renfrewshire and Inverclyde. This charming collection of over 100 photographs, most of which are published here for the first time, is an invaluable insight into this dynamic city.

For a list of featured locations, see below.

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Market: Books in this series are bought by visitors and locals alike to give as gifts or to keep for their own enjoyment. They are also helpful to those planning a visit as the book leads the reader on a geographical tour of the area. To visitors, they are a great reminder of a visit, while local people buy them to send to friends and family to show off where they live.

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Author: Colin Nutt has worked in book publishing for over 30 years and has written and compiled around 40 books in this and other series. He lives in Elgin.

Photography: Colin Nutt and other contributing photographers

Picturing Scotland:
Glasgow
(New Expanded and Revised Edition)

Jacket of Picturing Scotland: Glasgow (New Expanded and Revised Edition)

Extent: 112 pages
Binding: Hardback
ISBN: 978-1-78818-081-8
Price: £ 5.99 plus shipping

Featured Locations:
Glasgow:

Anderston Quay
Argyle Arcade
Argyle Street
BAE Systems Surface Ships (former Fairfields Shipyard)
Bellahouston Park
Broomielaw
Charing Cross
City Chambers
Clyde Arc ('Squinty' Bridge)
Clyde Auditorium
Clydeside Distillery
Donald Dewar Statue
Doulton Fountain
Duke of Wellington Statue
Exchange Place
Finnieston Crane
Gallery of Modern Art (Royal Exchange Building)
George IV Bridge
George Square
Glasgow Botanic Gardens
Glasgow Cathedral
Glasgow Central Station
Glasgow Cross
Glasgow Green
Glasgow Necropolis
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Glasgow School of Art
Glasgow Science Centre
Glenlee, Tall Ship
Govan Stones (Govan Old Church)
Great Western Road
Holmwood House, Cathcart
House for an Art Lover
Hunterian Museum
Hutcheson's Hall
Kelvinbridge
Kelvingove Park
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Kibble's Palace Glasshouse
Lansdowne Church
Lieutenant General Sir John Moore Statue, George Square
McLennan Arch
Mercat Building
Merchant City
Mitchell Library
Nelson Column
Pacific Quay
Park Circus
Park Quadrant
People's Palace & Winter Garden
Pollok Country Park
Pollok House
Princes Square Mall, Buchanan Street
Provand's Lordship & St Nicholas Garden
Queen's Cross Church
River Clyde
Riverside (Transport) Museum
Rogano's Oyster Bar
Sauchiehall Street
Selection of street murals
Sir Walter Scott Statue, George Square
SSE Hydro
St Enoch Old Subway Station Building
St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art
St Mungo's Chapel (inside Glasgow Cathedral)
Templeton's Carpet Factory
Tenement House, Buccleuch St.
Tennent's Brewery
Tolbooth Steeple
Tradeston Bridge ('Squiggly Bridge')
Tron Kirk
University of Glasgow
Willow Tea Rooms (now known as Mackintosh at the Willow)


Dunbartonshire:
Ben Lomond
Denny Ship Model Experiment Tank
Drumkinnon Tower
Dumbarton Castle
Dumbarton Rock
Loch Lomond
Milngavie
Paddle steamer Maid of the Loch
Titan Crane, Clydebank

Inverclyde:
Bute Ferry
Greenock
Paddle steamer Waverley
Tall Ships Race
Victoria Tower, Greenock
Wemyss Bay Station

Renfrewshire:
Greenbank Garden, Clarkston
Kilbarchan Weaver's Cottage
Paisley:
Paisley Abbey
Grand Fountain
Paisley Town Hall
Oakshaw Trinity Church
Storie St. Mural

Colin Nutt, Ness Publishing, 47 Academy Street, Elgin, Moray, IV30 1LR
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