Sunset on Great Western Road (May 24: 144/365)





The Great Western Road, originally built in 1816 and widened in the 1970s, is Glasgow’s longest and straightest road, running about 3 miles, or just under 5 kilometres, to the northwest between St George’s Cross and Anniesland Cross.

The road itself continues after Anniesland all the way to Inverness as the A82, Scotland’s second longest road at 167mi/269km.

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