Riverside Museum, Glasgow :: Shared Description

An interesting building, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, and popular visitor attraction at the confluence of the Rivers Clyde and Kelvin - a replacement, opened in 2011, for the original Glasgow Museum of Transport in the Kelvin Hall LinkExternal link LinkExternal link. There are over 3000 exhibits, mainly transport related and recreated scenes of Glasgow streets and shops in the early 20thC.
by M J Richardson
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NS5565 : Horse Drawn tram to Dalmarnock by M J Richardson
NS5566 : Glasgow Riverside Museum by David Dixon
NS5565 : Riverside Museum by DS Pugh
NS5565 : Riverside Museum at Kelvinhaugh by M J Richardson
NS5565 : The Riverside Museum,Glasgow by M J Richardson
NS5565 : Riverside Museum - construction detail by M J Richardson
NS5565 : The Riverside Museum, Glasgow by M J Richardson
NS5565 : Hearse at Riverside Museum by M J Richardson
NS5565 : Wall at Riverside by M J Richardson
NS5565 : The Riverside Museum, Glasgow by David Dixon
NS5566 : Pedestrian bridge over the Clyde Expressway by Richard Sutcliffe
NS5565 : The Riverside Museum, Glasgow by M J Richardson


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Created: Sun, 18 Jun 2017, Updated: Sun, 18 Jun 2017

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