Where once ships unloaded cargo and people, and industrial goods and emigrants departed from Glasgow now are bushy trees and flower beds.
This is the Broomielaw today - to be exact, it is the area opposite at the bottom end of Washington Street where I was paying a visit the Clyde Cruising Club office. There were no ships plying the Clyde here. However moored just out of the picture is the old Renfrew ferry where gigs, I presume, still go on.
Walking up Washington Street to the office block I passed waste ground - been like that for years. Other old buildings are still in use and being used as, for example, scrap merchants and studios for rock bands (honest!).