In 2007, plans began to relocate Scottish Ballet to its new location alongside the Tramway Theatre.This entailed knocking down or renovating the five most eastern bays of the Tramway Theatre building and it officially opened on 17 September 2009.
The building you see before you today, however, had most of its work done in following two centuries.Glasgow Cathedral isn’t In other words, it’s still an active part of the Christian community in Glasgow. Well, it all has to do with the Scottish Reformation.The congregation is part of the Presbytery of Glasgow – in other words, part of the Church of Scotland. You won’t find a Catholic anywhere near this ‘cathedral’ – find out why below. When those pesky reformers decided that the man in the robe (aka the Pope) didn’t have the authority he claimed, they decided to stir up a bit of trouble. That’s Talk about making things a little confusing for the average tourist.They were not successful and lasted only 8 years in service, however one (car no.672) was converted to a mains testing car and was subsequently restored to its original condition for preservation in Glasgow's Riverside Museum.The trolley poles were later replaced with bow collectors.Glasgow's first purpose-built electric trams were 20 bogie single deck vehicles with a central entrance, entering service in 1898.We've also put together some detailed instructions that will get you to Glasgow and then … The following activities have been hand-picked by myself, a history aficionado who's lived in this great city for the past 10 …[Read More...]If you are travel to another country for a vacation, the last thing that you want to experience is toothache.-mile (4.0 km) route from St George's Cross to Eglinton Toll (via New City Road, Cambridge Street, Sauchiehall Street, Renfield Street and the Jamaica Bridge).The Tramways Act prohibited the Town Council from directly operating a tram service over the lines.