The Clyde has long been the city's main artery, first as a trading route and later as the place where massive shipyards built everything from warships to ocean liners. The cranes can still be seen today, although the former industrial area has been transformed into a desirable destination for locals and visitors alike. The Riverside Museum commemorates the great days of shipbuilding, while the Scottish Exhibition Centre and the Glasgow Science Centre, facing one another across the river, proclaim new times.
Not everyone has the courage to explore these macabre destinations. Do you?More