A delve into an industrial past.
PS Waverly and the Maid of the Forth.
The weather and domestic appliances dictate my plans for October.
A stroll along Glasgow’s Clyde Walkway, and a trip back in time to the Garden Festival of 1988.
An urban walk featuring a river, a castle and a ship-building museum.
The Greenock Cut was built in 1825 to carry water into the town from Loch Thom reservoir. These days a tunnel carries the water supply, and the Cut is part… Read more The Greenock Cut →
The 13th century remains of Bothwell Castle are the starting point for this 3.5 circular walk. We’ve visited the castle many times, so didn’t go inside but dropped straight down… Read more Bothwell and Blantyre →
Like many major cities, Glasgow has grown by incorporating surrounding towns and villages. Govan was a separate burgh until 1912 – it once had a population of 60,000 when shipbuilding… Read more Elder Park and Govan →