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Sir Joseph Paxton, designer of the Crystal Palace, laid out this park on the banks of the River Kelvin. It was opened in 1853. The Art Galleries and Museum are in the grounds, and contain many Italian, Flemish, Dutch and French paintings, as well as British ones. The museum halls include many varied exhibits, including armoury, engineering and natural history.

Memories of Glasgow, Kelvingrove Park 1897

To a man in a million - Grandpa you're just simply the best. We love you millions Angela, Paul and Courtney. and all your family - you have too many to write them all here I love you Grandpa - Angela xxx

THIS IS MY GRANDA,S PARK WE HAVE AWE OOR MEMORIE,S HERE OF HIM ON HIS BENCH WINTER RAIN OR SHINE YOU,D SEE MA, GRANDA SITTING WAE HIS WEE RADIO+WEE CUP 2 KEEP HIM WARM !!! I REMEMBER HOW EASILY THE SQUIRREL,S TOOK TO HIM THEY CAME RIGHT UP TO HIM +WEE ROBINS +EVERYDAY FAITHFULLY HE WOULD HAVE THERE FOOD OR SEND US FOR MORE THIS IS JUST MY MEMORIE OF MY GRANDA,S PARK A LOVED GOING UP THE HAUGH JUST TAY SEE DAVY ...see more

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