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Clyde riverside scene reflected in a curved window of the Glasgow's Riverside Museum. Paddle Steamer 'Waverley' is heading down river with an evening showboat cruise.
This is my third unsuccessful attempt at getting my visualised shot as the sun will only be in the right place on the evening showboats. This was my last opportunity of the 2013 season. Needless to say the cloud was near perfect and the sun was low and shining directly on the bow until about a minute before the 'Waverley' reached me. Back next year then.
Glasgow Corporation Transport tram No. 22 at Crich Tramway Village, Derbyshire. No. 22 was built in (appropriately enough) in 1922 and shoogled* its way around the city until it was withdrawn in 1960. Crich acquired the tram in 1964 and return it to near original condition prior to returning to briefly return to her home city for the Glasgow Garden Festival in 1988.
* Glaswegians affectionately called their tram cars 'shooglies', a Scots word meaning unsteady, shaky, rocking etc.
The post-apocalyptic landscape that is two of the 'Four Queens' blast furnaces at Scunthorpe Steelworks.