Ceiling of the Glasgow Museum of Modern Art, Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow
The post Glasgow ceiling
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View of the cast iron framework and the skylight of the main hall of the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh.
Detail of the sculpture of James Watt in the National Museum of Scotland, on Chambers Street in Edinburgh.
Colonnade of arches at the University of Glasgow.
Detail of the drivetrain of the South African Railways locomotive No. 3007, a 4-8-2 15F class engine that was built in Glasgow in 1945 and brought back and restored as an exhibit in the Riverside Museum in Glasgow (aka the Transport Museum).
The RRS Discovery in Dundee. The Discovery is believed to be the last ‘traditional’ wooden three-masted ship to be built in Britain although her peculiar design, construction and rigging actually make her one of the strangest square riggers every built.
The Stavanger City Bridge crosses the Strømsteinsundet from the centre of Stavanger, Norway to the islands of Grasholmen and Sølyst in the harbour. It’s more than 30 years old, but looks brand new…
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Stencil and freehand graffiti of a man in a suit with a bowler hat painting graffiti on a wall in the docks of Stavanger, Norway.
Despite it’s significant wealth – Stavanger is the heart of Norway’s oil industry – there are still plenty of lovely old wooden buildings around the waterfront and the old town.
Close-up of an Indian rhinoceros at the Edinburgh Zoo.
Three cranes from the BVT (BAE) shipyard in Govan – one of the last remaining shipyards on the River Clyde.
Bicycles are absolutely everywhere in Holland – it’s nice to be somewhere that’s not overwhelmed with cars.
Window of the Divinity School at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, England.
Detail of carving outside the windows of the Bodleian library, Oxford.
Windows in the Indian Institute of the Faculty of History of Oxford University, Catte Street, Oxford, England.