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Victoria Park sits between Whiteinch, Jordanhill, Scotstoun and Broomhill in the West of Glasgow.  The Park was created and named for Queen Victoria's jubilee in 1887 and the Golden Jubilee Gates were erected, by the 'Ladies of Partick' to commemorate the 50th year of the Queen's reign.  The gates originally sat on Balshagray Avenue but were relocated to Victoria Park Drive North in 1963, with the development of the Clyde Tunnel.


These hand drawings, by Turadh Design Co, depict a selection of landmarks, past and present.  What better way to get record a special memory than with a drawing of the location itself!


The prints are hand-drawn and digitally rendered. Framed artworks and loose artwork prints can make a great addition to your home or make fantastic gifts for the special people in your life. 

Victoria Park Gates, Glasgow

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