James writes, "I must have drawn this map about a dozen times now, so it's been refined with each evolution. Glasgow has two major railway stations: Central is the terminus for trains from England and the south, Queen Street is the terminus for trains from the north and fast trains from Edinburgh. There is no fixed link between the two, although passengers with through tickets can take a free shuttle bus. Alternatively its a pleasant enough ten minute walk through the city centre of Glasgow. As an architect I'm intrigued that we now primarily use shops as urban landmarks.... I don't always include the Trongate Church or Buchanan Street underground station as most visitors to Glasgow find Borders and the Apple Store more useful as navigation points."
2009-09-30 : Glasgow, United Kingdom : James Brown