The pram I had for my babies.
and the Triumph Herald car I had when I was 21.
I spent really enjoyable couple of hours, browsing the Riverside Museum, Gasglows Transport museum, on my visit there.
The Modern building taken form the deck of the Tall ship which you can also visit.
Set on the Clyde river, the museum has some lovely views.
On my return to the city centre I sought out some interesting street art I had read about.
My Glasgow visit could not be complete without afternoon tes, taken in the Willow Tea Rooms designed by the famous Charles Rennie Macintosh.
It seemed strange to sit on these very high backed chairs, like somebody from the Mad Hatters tea party!.
And finally a visit to “The Light house” and art nouveau building that now houses a Charles Rennie Macintosh museum and a centre for design and architecture.
Here was the view from the top.
Goodbye Glasgow, I haope I see you again.