The ongoing Sighthill regeneration project is revealing views of Port Dundas basin not seen for many years. This view is north west over Port Dundas Basin where (to the left) the 'junction canal' connected the Forth and Clyde to the Monkland Canal. The extensive quays and basin were developed on what had been an 'S' bend on the canal. The backdrop has changed in recent years since the demolition of the distillery. The Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway passes underneath roughly here.
Location: Port Dundas Mid Wharf
Company: Forth and Clyde Canal
Photographer: Martin MacGuire
Contact photographer: Martin MacGuire
Image number: 56263