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Choose from 808 pictures in our Glasgow collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Stobhill Hospital, Springburn, Glasgow Featured Print

Stobhill Hospital, Springburn, Glasgow

An aerial view of Stobhill Hospital, erected in 1903-4 at Springburn, Glasgow, by the city's poor law authority. It provided around 2000 beds for the infirm and chronic sick poor, and for children. During the First World War, it was used as a military hospital, then later became Glasgow Corporation Hospital. Date: Date unknown

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State Line--For Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, Londonderry & Live Featured Print

State Line--For Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, Londonderry & Live

State Line--For Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, Londonderry & Liverpool--Austin Baldwin & Co., genl. agents. Ship State of Nebraska and sailboat on water, with inserts of a dining room, and people on deck of ship. Date c1889. State Line--For Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, Londonderry & Liverpool--Austin Baldwin & Co., genl. agents. Ship State of Nebraska and sailboat on water, with inserts of a dining room, and people on deck of ship. Date c1889. Date:

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Glasgow from the Sailor's Home, 1880 Featured Print

Glasgow from the Sailor's Home, 1880

Glasgow from the Sailor's Home, 1880. Five bridges are visible spanning the Clyde and they are, from nearest the viewer; the Caledonian Railway Bridge (completed 1879), Thomas Telfords Glasgow Bridge (1836), the Suspension Bridge (1853), Victoria Bridge (1854) and the City of Glasgow Union Railway Bridge (1870). The stepped steeple on the left is the Merchants Steeple (1659) and on the right is the tall steeple of Gorbals Parish Church (1810). Date:

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