2e. Glasgow and the Lowlands
Bells Bridge is a pedestrian bridge over the River Clyde in Glasgow. It is an important thoroughfare between the buildings and hotels and on the south side of the river and the SEC, Scottish Event Campus, on the north side.
The Finnieston Crane was opened in 1932 and was the last giant cantilever crane to be built on the Clyde, and one of only 11 still standing in the world today. To the right is the Clyde Arc or Squinty Bridge opened in 2006
An amazing piece of modern architecture, the Armadillo was designed by Norman Foster Architects and opened as an entertainment venue on January 1st 2000
The Glasgow Arc or Squinty Bridge crossing the River Clyde in Glasgow was opened in 2006
The Scottish Event Campus, the SEC, otherwise known as the Armadillo, on the Clydeside, Glasgow used to be called the Clyde Auditorium. It was built in 1997-2000 at a cost of 30 million and was designed by Norman Foster architects.
Loch Ard is a small picturesque loch, near Loch Lomond, in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Scotland. This little inlet is a picturesque mixture of greenery with the small rowing boat by the shore.
Loch Ard is a small picturesque loch near Loch Lomond in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Scotland. This little inlet is a picturesque mixture of greenery with the small rowing boat by the shore.