Alighting at Helensburgh Central Station, 11 of us set off up Sinclair Street to the outskirts of Helensburgh. Just before the reservoir we turned left along a well used path signposted to Rhu. This path continued past the back of
This walk started at Cambuslang Station from where we headed north to the river Clyde Walkway. We followed the walkway west before turning off and heading through Dalbeth Cemetery (also known as: St Peters RC Cemetery). From the exit we
This walk started at the Library in Strathblane where we parked our cars. We headed south through the estate and turned right to pick up a path which took us up to “Davy’s Mill”, now converted into a grand house.
4th April 2017 This walk was supposed to be Cambuslang to Tollcross Park and on to Carntyne station, but, due to a powerline failure at Hyndland and a landslide near Anniesland, our eight walkers were instructed to take the first
21st March 2017 This walk started at the Royal Conservitoire of Scotland and headed off to Sighthill and on to Glebe Street- home of the Broons – taking in monuments and sculptures on the way. Then round into Parson Street,
7th March 2017 The West End Walk led by Gordon Arthur. From Hyndland Church, the walk meandered around notable points of interest in the West End of Glasgow.
21st February 2017 Springburn Park. We took the train to Springburn from where we walked up through the “centre” to the entrance to Springburn Park. We then toured the park, starting at the old quarry and taking in the
31st January 2017 The Renfrew Walk. This walk was a repeat of one last done in 2015. We took the 77 bus from Partick Bus Station alighting, at the side of Ikea at Braehead (in a slight drizzle). We then
18th January 2017 The first Tuesday walk of the new year was a visit to Cuningar Loop. The walk started at Rutherglen Station and headed up to the river Clyde and on to Cuningar Loop. After enjoying the some of
29th November 2016 John McFadyen led this walk from Old Kilpatrick station over the Erskine Bridge, from where we headed west along the river Clyde, passed Mar lodge and up through the forest into the grounds of Erskine hospital. After