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Eastern End of University Avenue

The Bottom of University Avenue

University Avenue, the lifeline, the artery of the University of Glasgow campus. I’ve featured University Avenue here before, and I’ll do so tomorrow again. This same corner of University Avenue too has been featured here before, as a somewhat warped panorama.

The eastern end of University Avenue is seen here in the photo above actually ends a little bit onwards to the left, just past the Glasgow University Union’s 1960s extension building and car park. From there Gibson Street runs up the hill to the Library and down the hill towards the city centre. To the left of the church with no spire (Gilmorehill Centre) at the right there starts Kelvin Way, at the other end of which one can find the western ends of Sauchiehall Street and Argyle Street. The tenement buildings in the centre of the the photo have a fantastic/unfortunate location, depending on who you ask, as the main entrance to the Glasgow University Union is directly across the street.

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