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Report - Riverside Transport Museum, Glasgow - Apr. 2010

Discussion in 'Leisure Sites' started by BenCooper, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. BenCooper

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    I've visited this building site before, back in December - this was a quick visit as I was passing, just to check up on progress.

    The end of the main hall has now been fully sealed, and the roof is (I presume) finished - no more access to the roof.

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    The cladding of the steel roof has progressed quite a bit - am I the only one who thinks it looked a lot better before? Here's before:

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    And here's the same view now:

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    I think it's a shame to hide all that steelwork away, but never mind. More general pictures:

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