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The graveyard where old Glasgow lives on

If the Science Centre represents a transition from shipyard to pleasure dome, the Necropolis still stands for the Second City of the Empire

1 August 2015

9:00 AM

1 August 2015

9:00 AM

A wet walk in a Glaswegian graveyard might not be your idea of fun, but then you might not have spent the past two hours in the Glasgow Science Centre. Endure that, and see the sodden Necropolis stroll swell in allure.

The Science Centre is one of the emblems of the new Glasgow.

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