Villages of Glasgow South of the Clyde


A cradle of modern shipbuilding, and classic Industrial Revolution urban sprawl, Glasgow has made its impact on the world. One of those cities that is known of in the remotest corners of the world, it projects an image of the maritime and industrial powerhouse that provided wealth and power to the Victorians. Today, shipbuilding may no longer be its reason for existence and those who do not picture it as a shipbuilding centre will picture it as a vibrant and energetic modern metropolitan city. Few will give much thought to it as a collection of villages, each with its own story of heroes and villains, myths and traditions.

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