The Glasgow Subway. One of the oldest in the world. All the trains became orange after a re-furb in the 1970s. That's when it became the Clockwork Orange. The trains are smaller than the typical... more
The main train/bus company in Glasgow is First. The other companies are cheaper but less frequent and not widespread.
If you have a "permanent" address in Glasgow, go to a newsagent or a bus station... more
Glasgow has two main train stations: Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street, Central being larger in terms of platforms and footfall. Both stations are ideal destinations for those staying in the... more
thought i would contribute to the excellent photos of this ship by adding the website.There are daily cruises 6 days a week and on the seventh it sails from Ayr which is as near to heaven as Scotland... more
I only live about 50 miles from Glasgow but until a few years ago I had really only gone there for shopping and basically just knew the main shopping streets! BUT I decided that I would get to know......
To many locals Glasgow city centre is a place of work and can be busy enough to ensure that we don`t go unless it`s necessary!
I work in the city centre, so I`m less keen to visit it at the weekend......