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Clyde Cruises reveals details of Govan Ferry crossing

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One of the best ways to get to the Riverside Museum will be by ferry. Walk, bus or get the subway to Govan’s historic Water Row and take the MV Fencer for the short trip across the Clyde.

Here’s the timetable.

The service will run 7 days a week, 360 days a year

  • Monday – first service departs – 1000
  • Tuesday – first service departs – 1000
  • Wednesday – first service departs – 1000
  • Thursday – first service departs – 1000
  • Friday – first service departs – 1100
  • Saturday – first service departs – 1000
  • Sunday – first service departs – 1100

Services will run approximately every 20 minutes and the last departure from the Riverside Museum is 1705 each evening.

Visit the Clyde Cruises website for more details.

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Written by riversidestaff

April 30, 2011 at 8:57 am

Oral History Filming

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Oral History Contributor Sheena Glass

We have recently been filming with some members of the public that we’ve recruited as oral history contributors. The resulting interviews will feature in Riverside Museum’s audio visual interpretation.
Over a 4 day period in August we filmed 22 contributors, bringing the total of those interviewed so far up to 49. The picture above shows Sheena Glass. Sheena will be the last contributor to come into the old Museum of Transport for filming.  You’ll be able to hear what Sheila had to say about being present in 1962 at the procession for Glasgow’s Last Tram when Riverside opens next year.

Remaining filming will be shot on location, however all filming up until now has taken place at the existing Museum.

Written by david_scott

September 3, 2010 at 11:45 am