Riverside Museum, Glasgow, Scotland

Hi Folks! As promised in yesterday’s ‘Glenlee’ post, here is a photograph of the rear, river-facing entrance to the Riverside Museum which houses the Glasgow Transport Museum collection. It is an iconic, award winning building designed to reflect the waves of the River Clyde.

We visit as often as we can and wander around, in-between coffees and lunches, reminiscing about old cars, buses and tramcars we remember, those our parents and grandparents owned, or that we have owned ourselves. It also houses railway engines, motor cycles, a Glasgow Street, and holds the Clyde Room Collection of scale model ships built by apprentices who worked in the once famous Clyde shipyards.

Thanks for visiting! See you next time!


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