Texel to PS120 Kilfaddoch, PS115 Over Abington, PS114 Crochmore, PS110 Clydeside
Songs sung by pupils included Caledonia, ScotsWha Hae and Auld Lang Syne and there was Scottish Country Dancing to the Flying Scotsman and the Clydeside
Two of the 20 or so new distilleries opening in Scotland are in Glasgow, including the PS9million Clydeside
Distillery, the city's first in 100 years, in a restored pump house near Zaha Hadid's Riverside Museum.
The first batch of spirit at Clydeside
Distillery will rest in American Bourbon oak casks for three years until it can officially be called a Scotch whisky.
Major organization : CLYDESIDE
REGENERATION LIMITED (CRL)
The historical fact is that in the 1980s (when Labour were not in power) Margaret Thatcher came to an arrangement with her European counterparts whereby, as a condition of maintaining shipbuilding on Clydeside
, every other state-owned yard in the UK would be closed down.
Naismith (left) has already earned a place in the hearts of fans across the divides in Clydeside
EVENTS 1953: Thousands of wellwishers greeted the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh when they arrived at Clydeside
to launch the new royal yacht, Britannia.
The riverside view of the building is of a visually stunning structure that promises to be part of a transformed Clydeside
His background as a trades union man in the Clydeside
shipyards has made him a big player in the League Managers' Association.
A novel insight to emerge from the account is that the area of most intense activity was not on this occasion Clydeside
(though there was plenty of it there as well) but Dundee.
A Ministry of Food list "for departmental planning purposes only" puts London, Birmingham, Merseyside, Manchester and Clydeside
as H Bomb targets.