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What’s With The Red ‘T’ and Where Is This From?

What's With The Red 'T' and Where Is This From?
If you’ve spent any time in Glasgow you ought to instantly recognize the red letter ‘T’ in the photo. To that end, the bigger question here is not what the ‘T’ stands for, but where is it? Furthermore, can you guess what it’s a part of?

(hint: it’s around the Glasgow University campus. Duh.)

What Is That? is a new occasional theme day. I’ll post a close up of something every now and then, typically on a Monday, and then exactly a week later I’ll post a photo which reveals what the first photo was of. You have a week to guess, in the comments, what the photo is of and where it’s from. Simple, no? So hop to it. What is that and where’s it from?

[Poll #11: Where did you live in your first year at Glasgow University?]
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5 responses

  1. Jen

    Well, it’s the Tennents t so I’m going to guess in one of the bars?

    April 21, 2010 at 2:04 pm

  2. Raj

    I don’t recognise it directly, but would agree with Jen’s suggestion above that it’s probably from one of the bars.

    In saying that, the style of the (minimal) context does put me in mind of the sort of stuff that the SRC gets up to, although I can’t figure out where the ‘T’ might come into it.

    April 21, 2010 at 2:29 pm

  3. You’re quite close in suggesting that it has some thing to do with one of the bars on campus, but you’re both also a little off. Oh, and it has nothing to do with the SRC.

    April 21, 2010 at 3:01 pm

  4. Nora

    I know I know! But I wont say it so other people can guess too :)

    April 21, 2010 at 4:16 pm

  5. Nora

    Ok I’ll say it: It’s from the Hive! Amirite?

    April 25, 2010 at 9:20 pm

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