A double helping of Glasgow Gallivanting, from the NW to the SE of Scotland!
Fine examples of Victorian and Edwardian engineering: a bridge, a theatre, stained glass.
Last weekend saw Glasgow’s Doors Open Day and we headed for Govan which is on the south bank of the Clyde. It was a lovely sunny day, so the views back across to the… Read more Doors Open in Govan →
Doors Open Days happen throughout September in different cities in Scotland – this last weekend it was Glasgow’s event and we went exploring on Sunday, concentrating our efforts on the area near Glasgow… Read more Glasgow’s Doors Open 2013 →
We’ve lived in our present house for nearly twenty years, and every time we leave it we pass this at the end of the road, yet we’ve never been in:… Read more Stained glass and puppets →
So, day two of Doors Open and, in contrast to yesterday, a lovely sunny afternoon. I’d planned a route with seven sites, but in the end we only managed five.… Read more Doors Open Glasgow, 18 September 2011 →
Doors Open Days have been taking place in Glasgow since 1990. They are a fabulous way to see buildings, or parts of buildings, you might not normally get into and… Read more Doors Open Glasgow, 17 September 2011 →