We headed way up north for our this map, and the result is A Glasgow Companion. As ever, it was our intention to document the usual and the unusual, and so there are record shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants, and inevitably a fish and chip shop – albeit one with an opera-singing proprietor. The 50 entries show just some of what Glasgow has to offer, glorious parks, beautiful architecture, great food and drink, and a notably charming and friendly populace.
Among the highlights: unchanged 1960s pub, The Doublet, Glasgow Architectural Salvage Yard, art deco restaurant and oyster bar, Rogano, and the excellent record shop, Monorail.
The map is designed and illustrated by Brent Couchman. It is A3 (297x420mm) folded to A6 (105x148mm), and litho printed in England on recycled paper.
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