Blueprint Heritage Trail

Front part locomotive arrangement (side and plan views) for Class 15F Locomotive. National Records of Scotland and University of Glasgow Archive Services, North British Locomotive Company collection, GB0234 RHP59070/1

Salt print by Hill and Adamson c 1845 (Special Collections: HA0336)

Blueprint 2013 is a collaboration between a number of Glasgow galleries, archives and museums, exploring alternative photographic processes, fine art photographic printmaking, technical drawings and the history of photography. There are a number of free exhibitions, talks and visits taking place across the city this month and Archive Services and Special Collections are delighted to be taking part in the Heritage Trail

We will be showcasing material from our outstanding collections, including plans and drawings from our business and University collections and significant examples of photographic processes from the 1840s onwards. If you would like to attend any of the Heritage Trail events, please register via eventbrite. The Blueprint hub is at Trongate 103 and includes exhibitions at Street Level photoworks and Glasgow Print Studio.

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Stoddard-Templeton Design Archive: Cyanotypes
An early experiment in photography



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