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The Clyde Waterfront website features thousands of images relating to the regeneration of the land on either side of the River Clyde. The image galleries allow you to explore the story of regeneration through some of our highlight images.

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Doors Open Day

The Clyde's 21st Century Renaissance, Celebrating Doors Open Days 2012

As our contribution to 2012 Doors Open Days we have selected some of the most significant new architecture of the new Clyde Waterfront - the buildings that have been transforming the local skyline over the last 15 years.

The SSE Hydro

The SSE Hydro, Scotland's national arena

Scotland's new national arena, The Hydro, is taking shape on the banks of the River Clyde. When it opens, SECC's newest venue will play host to artists and bands from all over the world, as well as attracting major comedy stars and sporting events.

New in 2012

New in 2012, Progress against the economic tide

See images of a selection of major Clyde Waterfront projects that will be completed during 2012, others that are under way and new projects that are just getting started.

Govan Housing

Govan homes, New places to live in the heart of the town

New housing is transforming the centre of Govan, boosting the population and helping to bring regeneration to the heart of the town.

South Glasgow Hospital Campus, image courtesy NHSGGC

South Glasgow Hospital campus, Building for health

The massive South Glasgow Hospital campus is situated on the edge of Govan, just south of the Clyde. The major new development is NHS Scotland's largest single project.

Waterfront Expo 2011

Waterfront Expo 2011, Regeneration experts gather

Waterfront Expo was all about real lessons from real waterfront projects. Scottish case studies focussed on Glasgow, Dundee and Edinburgh. International contributions were from Marseille, Chicago, Barcelona and Yokohama.

M74 - M8 Interchange

M74 - M8 interchange, Making the connection

The vital connection between the M74 and the M8 at the Kingston Bridge, will improve the motorway network in Glasgow and reduce the pressure on key routes in the city centre. Work is progressing on the £445m project, which is due to complete in 2011.

The Riverside Museum

Riverside Museum progress, Waterfront visitor attraction

Follow the building of the Riverside Museum through this exciting series of images. Building began in 2007, turning Zaha Hadid's acclaimed design into Glasgow's latest tourist attraction.

The Clydebank Titan

Clydebank & Erskine, Beyond shipbuilding

Many famous ships were built and launched from John Brown's Shipyard in Clydebank. Now regeneration is taking hold, making this an attractive place to live, study and do business. New walkways are being created along the river and careful planning is reconnecting the waterfront with the town centre.

Clyde Cruises river trips

Activity on the Clyde, A new era of water-based opportunities

Once the hub of commercial activity in the city, the River Clyde is finding a new role as regeneration brings new life into the area. Shipbuilding continues, but alongside this traditional activity, the river is fast becoming a centre for water-based leisure activities.

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