Thursday, 13 February 2014


There's a lot of interest is James Watt these days.  Today I was able to see an organ built in 1765 and is thought to be built by James Watt.  (This was just before or about the time that he went to Glasgow University to repair mathematical instruments.)

It is due to be restored and go on display soon as part of an exhibition celebrating Glasgow's flourishing years from 1714 to 1837.  

Glasgow University at 10 am today, taken from in front of Kelvingrove Art Gallery entrance.

In the Botanic Gardens there is a tea room where I had a very welcome lunch along with groups of folk (garden club people I think) and mums with pushchairs.

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