Glasgow - City of Sculpture
By Gary Nisbet
Industrial History of Glasgow
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Sculptor: Andy Scott (b. 1964)
Location: Former WD & HO Wills Tobacco Factory
              Now: City Park, 368 Alexandra Parade, Glasgow
Date executed: 2002
Dimensions: 16 m. x 450 mm.


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The foyer of City Park showing the three tableaux.

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Glasgow's ship-building heritage
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The Arts as part of Glasgow's Industrial history
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Alexander 'Greek' Thomson capital at the Egyptian Halls,
Charles Rennie Mackintosh stencil at Hill House, Helensburgh.
The Glasgow Tower, The Luma Building,
The Clyde Auditorium (the Armadillo)
and the Glasgow Science Centre with the IMAX cinema
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The former WD & HO Wills Tobacco Factory, now City Park
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Glasgow University, The Heavy Horse on the M8,
The Duke of Wellington in front of GOMA (traffic-cone on head),
Charles Rennie Mackintosh design at Glasgow School of Art
and Alexander 'Greek' Thomson capital in St Vincent Street Church

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Railway engineering, steel making and coal mining.
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