The oldest house in Glasgow, Provand's Lordship from Google above and from postcards below.
Provand's Lordship is the oldest house in Glasgow. It was built in 1471 as a part of St Nicholas's Hospital by Andrew Muirhead, Bishop of Glasgow. It is the only house to survive from the medieval city.
Sauchiehall Street with Policeman crossing the road. Below - they have closed this little bit of Sauchiehall Street and turned it into a very pleasant part of Glasgow.
Lunch stop on Cathedral Hill. (I read on a postcard sent to David's mother that we ate Sardine Sandwiches for Lunch).
The Gorbels from Cathedral Hill.
Museum and Art Gallery below.
Cathedral Gates, I don't know where these are, I couldn't find them on Google.
Ship Building was still going on in 1969, and here is Tabitha 2!