Great stuff Gordon
An exploration of the hidden depths of Central Station. The abondoned low level platforms, the extent of which encompassed the whole area from the front door of the Radisson, to the back door of Westergate. Cafe l'ombrellone, on the corner of Argyll and Hope Sts is where the lift was to access the low level (Im sure i read this was a livestock lift somewhere?). Could also tie this in with Norrie Gilliland. We could even see if the Arches want to give us some money (or free drink) for having thier name on it?
Bridge St station.
The pre-cursor to Glasgow Central, this could be the focus of an exploration of Bridge St itself. Nice little ecclectic enclave of buildings to have survived the demolitions of "re-development".
Glasgow Royal Infirmary
(the Adam one)
This is probably covered in the standard guide but could tie in with the Necropolis, the Molendinar and our elusive PO tunnel as well as the tunnels under the present Royal Infirmary.
Starks Lunatic Asylum.
Parliamentary Rd. This one will be tricky because the street isnt even there any more, could tie in with the not-so-hidden horror of the post war redevelopment of Glasgow.
. The north Hanover St lift shaft and Lucy
boxes. We know it exists but what is its true extent?
Glasgow Cross Station
. A look at how the ancient Cross has changed, defunct rail systems, gap sites, where the station stood, what happened to it(St Vincent St toilets)?
A look at the facades of these great warehouses, what they were used for, whats happening to them etc etc
(Im tiring now)
Duke St Prison.
St Enoch Hotel, Station and rail network.
Old stations, the arches in King St etc
Royal Maternity Hospital (Rottenrow)
Grand Hotel. Charing cross
Any more suggestions folks? Any comments on what you think we should write for any of these places, or any of your own for that matter?