Then there's actors like Robert Carlyle, Gerard Butler, John Barrowman, John Hannah, Robbie Coltrane and comedians like Frankie Boyle.We needn't go on really, Glasgow is proven to be a place brimming with talent in all its artistic and creative forms.This shows the view looking west along Sauchiehall Street from the eastern end, at the intersection with Buchanan Street where the tram lines curve in from Parliamentary Road.Armstrong’s Hotel is on the left and on the right with its magnificent tower and Grecian temple front is St. The tower was taken down in 1957-58 to make way for St.Don't forget to check out our guide to Glasgow Hotels and Glasgow Restaurants as well to make your stay in the great city even more complete.Got an event that's not listed or need to update your events details?It may not officially be the capital of Scotland, but it certainly is when it comes to its cultural exploits.
The sauchie haugh or willow meadow from which the street derives its name was probably a low-lying area located near what would later become Charing Cross.
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Depending upon your constitution, this part of the journey could be either thrilling or terrifying.
The competing steamers would often be in close proximity to one another, sometimes even side by side.
So naturally, there is so much to get your teeth into in Glasgow.