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|Loch Lomond Seaplanes is an airline based in Scotland. After receiving approval from the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority and Clydeport to launch services from Glasgow Seaplane Terminal, by Glasgow's Science Centre on the River Clyde in Glasgow city centre it's maiden scheduled service from Glasgow to Oban began in August 2007, making it Europe's first city centre seaplane service. It is...||11/11/2009||318|
|The Riverside Museum is a planned new development for the Glasgow Museum of Transport, currently under construction in the Glasgow Harbour regeneration district of Glasgow, Scotland.|
The Riverside Museum is expected to attract up to 1 million visitors a year, by creating a more accessible and environmentally stable home for Glasgow's significant Transport and Technology collectio...
|Live web cam of George Square in Glasgow, Scotland.||09/26/2005||856|
|Places of interest in & around Glasgow.||02/26/2007||522|
|I found this what appears to be an aircraft just before landing at Glasgow Airport.||08/05/2005||457|
|This aircraft is at high altitude over Eastern Glasgow.||05/21/2006||605|
|Allows comparison of Glasgow City Center for differences between 1969 a time of major urban change for the city and GE's curren images.||01/14/2006||2,377|
|The Glasgow Tall Ship is one of the city's main tourist attractions. It is the M.V. Glenlee and it is open all year round.||12/04/2005||376|
|On 30th June 2007, two muslim doctors tried to drive their jeep into the main entrance of Glasgow, which had they been successful would resulted in the deaths of Innocent people. One of the terrorists later died from his burns, the second is being detained. Some say that this was an act of treason against fellow citizens, the punishment for this act is death by firing squad as in WWI & WWII||08/12/2007||742|
|The glasgow science center is a great attraction for everybody. It is located on the riverside.||12/06/2005||448|
|1954 Aerial photography of Arden, Darnley and Nitshill, Southern Glasgow. ||02/02/2006||1,401|
|The Finnieston Crane is a crane and landmark in Glasgow. Once the largest crane in Europe it is now disused but is retained as an symbol of the city's engineering heritage. |
The crane was commissioned in 1926 by the Clyde Navigation Trust, the operators of the port and dock facilities in Glasgow. It was built in 1931 by Cowans, Sheldon & Company of Carlisle and assembled at the S...