- published: 17 Nov 2011
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This is an extract from a BTF Rail Report film featuring the introduction of Glasgow's famous Blue Trains. Strangely for a propaganda film the voice over refers to "technical difficulties and set backs". This is a reference to a flashover which killed a train guard and delayed the whole electrification which is why the poster at 0:35 refers to "resume service" Watch the Blue Trains in orange PTE livery in 1988 at http://youtu.be/-gpUDiLvzDw
Here's AUTOPSY performing 'Twisted Mass of Burnt Decay', 'In the Grip of Winter', 'Severed Survival' and 'Strung Up and Gutted' at Lords of the Land which was held at the Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow on the 1st of April 2017. The whole set was filmed. www.freewebs.com/davestrades
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Following their tour of Australia with the British & Irish Lions, Richie Gray and Stuart Hogg met the media on landing in Glasgow Airport on Wednesday 10 July 2013. Visit http://www.scottishrugby.org for the latest rugby news, stories and features. Scottish Rugby is the governing body for rugby union in Scotland. Teams include the Scotland internationalists, Scotland 7s, Scotland A, Scotland Women, Scotland Women 7s and the Scotland age grade sides, as well as Scotland's two professional teams,Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby. We also administer Scotland's amateur rugby competitions, from Premiership rugby to festivals for minis.
Emirates brought thousands of aviation fans together today when it operated a one-off A380 service at Glasgow Airport to mark its 10 year anniversary and continued commitment to Scotland. It was the first time a Scottish airport has ever welcomed an Airbus A380, the world's largest commercial passenger aircraft, which stands over 24 metres high and with a wing span of nearly 80 metres. Thousands of spectators from across the country turned out to gather at the airport's perimeter and other vantage points for the event. The aircraft arrived in Glasgow Airport captained by Iain Weir from Clydebank, who flew the aircraft over his home town on the final approach. Passengers included Emirates' Senior Divisional Vice President Commercial Operations West, Hubert Frach; and University of Glasgow g...