Glasgow Museums
Kelvingrove Gallery
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum Kelvin Hall Glasgow
Kelvingrove Gallery and Museum (left);  Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Kelvingrove Spitfire Spitfire Kelvingrove
The West Court with its Supermarine Spitfire of 602 (City of Glasgow) Squadron - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Kelvingrove Organ Kelvingrove Glasgow
The Organ in the Centre Hall (left);  The East Hall (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
University of Glasgow Glasgow tenements
Glasgow University (left);  traditional red tenements (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Glasgow Museum of Transport (ORIGINAL MUSEUM IS NOW CLOSED)
Old Transport Museum Glasgow Glasgow trams transport museum
This museum is now closed and has been replaced by Glasgow Riverside Museum which is not specifically dedicated  to transport (see below) on the north bank of the River Clyde.  Glasgow Transport Museum was one of the finest of its kind in the world. The old Transport Museum was spacious and the exhibits were not crammed together - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Glasgow Lord Provost's Rolls Royce G0
The famous number plate G0 on the Rolls Royce which was the official car of the Lord Provost for many years (left);  tram line-up (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Glasgow Room and Kitchen Trams Glasgow
"Room and Kitchen" car (above) - only one compartment had glass in the windows;  for many years the route could be identified by the colour round the top deck (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Caledonian Railway 4-2-2 No 123 Highland Railway Jones Goods
The famous Caledonian Railway 4-2-2 locomotive 123 (left);  Highland Railway 4-6-0 Jones Goods (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Standard Vanguard Jaguar Messerschmitt Bubblecar
Standard Vanguard and rare Sunbeam Talbot are among an impressive collection of motorcars (left);  Messerschmitt (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Regal Cinema Glasgow Transport Museum Argyle Street Glasgow Transport Museum
Like the times it depicted, this Glasgow Transport Museum is also no more. It was replaced by the Riverside Museum in July 2011 - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Glasgow Subway in Museum of Transport Glasgow subway Kelvinhall station
Original Subway train in mock-up station in the Museum of Transport (left);  present day subway train arriving at Kelvinhall subway station (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Glasgow Riverside Museum
The new Glasgow Riverside Museum which replaced the Glasgow Transport Museum opened on 21 June 2011 - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Many of the exhibits from the old Glasgow Transport Museum have been incorporated into the displays which has meant the buses and trams display as shown in the old Transport Museum has been split up and locomotives have been detached from their tenders - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
The emphasis is now on Glasgow's heritage and no longer specifically on transport and cars are now displayed on shelves making them difficult to see as compared with the old arrangment - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
It is no longer possible to get clear views of the exhibits, in this case, a North British built Class 15F of the South African Railways/Suid Afrikaanse Spoorwee - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
The Class 15F (left) with other exhibits edited out of the picture and Caledonian Railways No 123 (right) as it appears in the Riverside Museum - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow