Monthly Archives: June 2014

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    Festival 2014

    With over a thousand performances in over a hundred venues, Festival 2014, the cultural partner to Glasgow’s hosting of the Commonwealth Games, looks set to be an unforgettable experience.

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    Subways of the World Cup

    Following our round up of the world’s biggest, greatest, most remarkable subway systems it seems appropriate to take a look at what Brazil offers.

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    Subway Travel Twitter

    There’s no need to be in the dark over your travel plans ever again – a brand new Twitter account just for Subway info and travel updates is about to launch.

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    Queen’s Baton Arrives in Scotland

    After 248 days on the road, covering more than 190,000 km, the Queen’s Baton arrives in Scotland on June 14.

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    Subway gears up for the Games

    SPT’s Subway will operate an enhanced service during this summer’s Commonwealth Games, with funding from Glasgow 2014.

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    An interview with Simon Smart

    Our man Simon Smart has been out and about spreading the word about the smartest way to get around the Subway – using the Smartcard.  

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    The Incredible History of the Citz

    The Citz is located a short walk from Bridge Street Subway Station. We’ve done a little digging and come up with a few of the big names who have appeared there.

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    Old Glasgow’s Alternative Sub Crawl

    Michael from Old Glasgow takes you on a Sub Crawl which won’t give you a hangover.

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    Carnival Time – West End Style

    Sunday 8 June is when Glasgow’s west end transforms into a little slice of Brazilian heaven.

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    The Upper Circle – it’s here!

    Take your seats and enjoy some incredible discounts courtesy of some of Glasgow’s top businesses.