My Glasgow Riverside Museum Sticker Scapes

My Glasgow Riverside Museum Sticker Scapes

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My Riverside Museum Sticker Scape is a fold-out picture of the Clyde on one side, and the street scene from Glasgow's world famous transport museum on the other, in a pack with five sheets of stickers that feature key items in the new Riverside Museum. Opening in June 2011 the new building by Haddid on the Clyde at Partick is a major new building for the UK. This product features the key items in the museum. Fold-out Riverside Museum Streetscape and Clyde Riverscape comes with 5 sheets of stickers featuring some of the museums most popular and educational objects. Stickers are reusable and repositionable. Let your imagination go as you can create your own world on the Clyde Riverscape with the stickers. The Clyde scape features the Clyde, the 'Squinty Bridge' (does it have a proper name?), the Finnieston Bridge at Pacific Quay, The Armadillo, Clyde Auditorium at the SECC, the North Rotunda, the Clyde Heliport. In the background are images of Glasgow University, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, and the cranes at Govan. Also shown are a cycle path, road, and a railway line. You can take your steam paddle boat for a sail down the Clyde, past the 19th century Tall Ship Glenlee.Then take a ride on your chopper to Glasgow Harbour Flats. You could take the G & SWR locomotive across the railway bridge to view the Finnieston Crane, which has been left at the docks as a landmark of the work from lifting heavy machinery for steam locomotives. Turn the sheet over and you are taken to the street in the Riverside Museum. Take the tram along to the cafe, explore the shoe makers and the pawn shop. Hours of fun with this new more

Product details

  • Novelty book | 12 pages
  • 198 x 296 x 10mm | 158.76g
  • Waverley Books
  • Lanark, United Kingdom
  • illustrations throughout
  • 1849341958
  • 9781849341950