HollowHorn wrote:I've just noticed your loose collar, you old dog! Hahahahahahahaha.
I had to crop that pic quite severely, didn't want to get banned
glasgowken wrote:The approch into Central Station is a disgrace with the graffiti, & run down buildings everywhere, it's like the Bronx. What does that say to visitors ?
glasgowken wrote:I went down that way the other day with the aim of taking a few photos around Nelson St, but I just stayed on the bus. My self preservation (cowardly ?? ) streak kicked in, I took one look and thought "no thanks".
glasgowken wrote:I don't like the modern buildings on the north bank of the Clyde either, starting to look too much like London.
The approch into Central Station is a disgrace with the graffiti, & run down buildings everywhere, it's like the Bronx. What does that say to visitors ?
Schiehallion wrote:The Clyde waterfront is my worst bit of Glasgow. When will the city fathers realise that trees, concrete walkways, arty farty wee sculptures, fancy dan bridges and fairy lights in the trees are not enough to encourage people to spend time there?
The Clyde waterfront needs pubs, restaurants and shops, preferably as close to the water as possible. Do that and you'll get the hordes spending time by the river like Dublin or Prague.
Luco wrote:Ally Doll wrote:
I'd have stopped to take a photo, but there were dozens of pissed schoolkids hanging about after their school dance!
surely there was the obligatory limo in sight!
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