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Selfridges’ Candleriggs site to be turned into a car park
Details of a £110million development on the former Selfridges site in the Merchant City have been lodged with city planners.

The massive scheme will result in a new hotel, shops, restaurants, bistros, homes and a public square.

It is a joint venture between London-based Mace, which has been involved in some of the most high profile projects in Britain and Mercer Real Estates Partners.

The site, which is bounded by Wilson Street, Hutcheson Street, Candleriggs and Trongate has been lying ...
Buchanan Street Railway Station
Not sure what has prompted this.....

http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/lif...uchanan-street-station.1425022665
Calton
Camlachie st, Gallowgate, 25th February 2015
I have never noticed this old toilet before




Taken from Fielden st,25th February 2015


Taken from Gallowgate, 25th February 2015
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Copthorne/Millenium Hotel
http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/new...-goes-high-rise-198668n.119502756

This has to be a joke.   I am literally lost for words.

Actually, I'm not.  Monstrosity.   There's a word.
Vanishing points

Clydeside - Under the suspension bridge by SkintoBalinto, on Flickr
Glasgow-related YouTube Stuff
not so much youtube but STV put up a short clip of the Buck Rogers burger Bar

http://glasgow.stv.tv/articles/31...w-queen-steet-footage-from-1980s/
Pics of Glasgow, early 1980s
kev wrote:
A couple of views up Hope street




That`s actually Oswald St leading to Hope St. Intercity House w ...
Grinding weather forecasts each morning
I wonder how many viewers are beginning to grind their teeth when view the early morning weather forecasts....
BBC, each morning I suffer the 'plastic' grins of the female forecaster on our daily weather for GB...
Then she comes out with it...."here is the weather for SCOTLIND", Scotlind, and again Scotlind, has the heather began to change colour....?
A little bit later and we move to the News for SCOTLAND, and we suffer a "NANA MOUSKARI" lookalike telling us all ...
Flats/Apartments with best view of Glasgow City Centre
(Sorry if this the wrong section, first post).

Which flats do you think have the best views of the skyline of Glasgow City Centre? Is anyone aware of any planned developments which promise such views?

I'd say Fleming House and the flats on Hutcheson street are in a good position. The Pinnacle just off Bothwell street also has some stunning views. Mavisbank gardens has a good view of the city centre but its a little too far away I'd say (the Clyde side makes up for this though).

I hope ...
Link's to stuff to waste your day on....
http://onthisspot.ca/glasgow.html


James H
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