Thank you, Glasgow

As well as making us welcome for the conference itself, Glasgow again provided a fine place to stroll and explore. Here are a few snapshots of this wonderful city, snatched in between LibDem meetings. Scroll down to view.

york street_tm crop
(Above) Mural in York Street

hydro tm2Hydro, SECC


corner_tonemappedCorner building near the M8

cloisters tmGlasgow University Cloisters

bbc through foyer window_tonemappedThe BBC from the Crowne Plaza foyer

whyte and mackayWhyte and Mackay building, St Vincent street

mitchell library_tonemappedThe Mitchell Library

cranesCranes in St Vincent Street

ClydeThe Clyde

clockThe Scottish Legal Life Assurance society clock in Bothwell street

church in mirror_tonemappedChurch in Sauchiehall street

Adam Smith GLasgow UniversityStatue of Adam Smith at Glasgow University

Clyde clockThe Clyde Clock at Buchanan Bus Station by George Wiley

More on my photostream here.

* Paul Walter is a Liberal Democrat activist. He is currently taking a break from his role as one of the Liberal Democrat Voice team. He blogs at Liberal Burblings.

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  • Wonderful photographs – brings back great memories of such a friendly city.

  • Suzanne Fletcher 14th Oct '14 - 9:53am

    great photos. making me feel very sad though – I took some photos of the Kelvingrove, but my camera has been stolen, really difficult to believe that one of my “family” of lib dems could have done so, but went missing at SECC exhibition centre on the Saturday afternoon / early evening 🙁
    added to that my mac (as in keeping rain out) went missing in the auditorium at the end of conference. so i had to come home without a coat, and its raining outside now 🙁

  • Top photos!

  • Robin Bennett 14th Oct '14 - 4:31pm

    Thanks, Paul for these interesting and varied perspectives.

  • Thanks all! And I’m sorry to hear about your camera and mac, Suzanne

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