Well known landmark in Glasgow, separates the north and south side of High Street and the east end from the city centre. Not too much to see but it does give you your bearings and off course tells the time!
The history of the steeple is interesting with many wrongdoers hanged to death. Good news, not used now!!! Use the local pub for more information. You will be warmly greeted with good food and drinks at reasonable prices. You can walk from herebto the Borrowlands. This area is steeped in history and old Glasgow memorabilia. It is walking distance from... 更多
Those who seek this remnant of the past are rewarded with a sense of history and a Kodak moment. To truly savour this architectural survivor, try the nearby Tolbooth pub, an Irish themed authentic Edwardian pub [est.1906] with great prices and a friendly clientele.
We used to walk past this in the morning to get to town from our hotel. Did not realise at first that this was place they use execute people from. More accurately make sure wrongdoers were well hung.
been there for years great meeting place if you are up that end and the Glasgow Infirmary is at the top of the road people are unsure they go by this also takes you to the shopping centres and the another way to the Glasgow Barras.
Historical site in Glasgow. The toolbooth is on the High Street at the far end of Argyll Street and is located on the spot where they used to hang bad uns many years ago.
I ran across references to the "Glasgow Cross" where the Tolbooth Steeple is located in various travel guides I looked... 更多