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Plaza de España, Seville

Click on an image above to open a 360′ Panorama in a New Tab Plaza de España, Seville has been used as a location in several movies, including “Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones” “Lawrence of Arabia” “The Dictator” – Sacha Baron Cohen

Clock, Pollokshaws Burgh Hall

Click on an image above to open a 360′ Panorama in a New Window This restored, ‘A’ listed building was gifted to the Burgh by Sir John Stirling Maxwell in 1898, and exists in its present condition solely due to the efforts of local people. The Pollokshaws Burgh Hall Trust has been established to ensure… Read more »

M8 Footbridge, Glasgow

This footbridge over the M8 and M77 motorways, west of Glasgow city centre, crosses 16 lanes of traffic plus hard shoulders

Ben Lomond

Ben Lomond, near Glasgow, is the most climbed Munro in Scotland

Rex Cinema, Stonehouse

Click on an image above to open a Panorama in a new window The Rex Cinema in Argyle Street, Stonehouse, was built and opened in 1937 by travelling showman John Sheeran. He had the interior of his new cinema fitted out with the fixtures and fittings from the first class dining room of the White… Read more »

Third Lanark Football Ground, Glasgow

Third Lanark football team folded in 1967. The remains of the terraces are still in place on three sides of the pitch in Cathkin Park in Glasgow.

Morris Minor Scrapyard

Click on an image above to open a 360′ Panorama in a new window The Morris Minor became the first British car to sell more than one million units

Red Road Flats, Glasgow. 2005

Click on an image above to open a 360′ Panorama in a new window The Red Road Flats in Glasgow as they were in March 2005. These 8 symbolic buildings will be completely demolished. A proposed plan to use the demolition as part of the opening ceremony for the 2014 Commonwealth Games was dropped. From… Read more »