Broomielaw, Glasgow MacBrayne's famous paddle steamer, SS Columba (1878-1935) leaving Broomielaw Pier on the Clyde at Glasgow bound for Ardrishaig on the first leg of the "Royal Route" which, by a relay of steamers, took you all the way to Inverness via the Crinan and Caledonian Canals over the course of two days' sailing. This is a scan from MacBrayne's 1914 timetable - looks like a photo which has been "touched up".
Glasgow Tenement housing by Martin~H, via Flickr A good example of Glasgow tenement architecture built in the style of Charles Rennie MacKintosh and Alexander Greek Thomson, on the Banks of the River Cart. Snuff Mill Bridge is in the foreground. This is near to where Mary Queen of Scots watched the Battle of Cathcart.