The flats that feature in the photo are visible from The People's Palace and Winter Gardens. Penthouse and Pavement - Gallowgate becomes 'The Drag' and is frequented by prostitutes. Buchanan Street also houses the bus station with links to Edinburgh and Glasgow Airport. The signal is a yellow carrier bag but the Taxman is too clever, works out that it's a trap and employs a group of students to each carry yellow bags. Glasgow is a vibrant, cosmopolitan and exciting City to visit irrespective of whether you are a Taggart fan or not.
It is accessible from the outside of the complex by a doorway next to the Tad Baker store. This has been apparent from an early age, half my life even, when getting into Agatha Christie through Joan Hickson's Miss Marple and David Suchet's Poirot and into 'Inspector Morse'. Episodes and Scenes The Friday Event - The carpet factory provided the location for the home of the featured artist and his family. The square features several times in episode. The Winter Gardens is a large conservatory that butts on to the back of the People's Palace. However if you are a fan then this page aims to point you in the direction of those parts of the City used as locations for the programmes many episodes.
In later series the buildings of were extensively used for exterior shots. Both pursued a number of relationships with other characters over the years. This was later changed, starting with the last transmitted story in 1998, to a regular pattern of two-hour stand-alone stories, and beginning in July 2002 these were shortened to 60 minutes. It is a little further out of the City Centre, but is still easily accessible on foot from Central Station and is only a few minutes walk from Glasgow Green. In 1987 the character of was introduced, Neil Duncan also left the series in 1987 and in 1990 a new female sidekick, , was introduced. Location 10 - Pret A Manger, Sauchiehall Street You may be wondering why a well known coffee shop chain has been included on this page.
It originally ran as the miniseries Killer from 6 until 20 September 1983, before a full series was commissioned that ran from 2 July 1985 until 7 November 2010. Episodes and Scenes Wages Of Sin - The Winter Gardens were used as the location for the final scenes of this episode. Location 12 - 'Etain' Restaurant, Princes Square, Buchanan Street This restaurant is in the stylish Princes Square shopping complex. Blythe Duff continues to impress and a softened Iain Anders indeed comes into his own. When he's out to solve a murder, he uses whatever means he must to catch the killer - and he never gives up the chase. It originally ran as the miniseries Killer from 6 until 20 September 1983, before a full series was commissioned that ran from 2 July 1985 until 7 November 2010.
This is where the robbery takes place. Fraser was later revealed to be. Episodes and Scenes Death Trap - Jardine meets woman with information. Really like Taggart and Jardine's chemistry here, which sees some priceless exchanges with them, and have always found it more interesting and settled than with Taggart and Livingstone. And whether it's the light-hearted ones like 'Murder She Wrote'. Double Exposure Taggart investigates baffling murders that may be motivated and linked by racial hatred? Nest of Vipers When two skulls are discovered at a construction site, someone does not want the skulls identified and is willing to murder to prevent it. You can walk along to the building but the actual river bank and steps is fenced off.
Other Titles: Nest of vipers. The tours usually number 2 a day - 11. Location 2 - Templeton's Carpet Factory Arguably this is one of the most striking buildings in Glasgow. Location 8 - Buchanan Street Buchanan Street makes up one part of what is know as the 'Golden Z' with Argyle Street and Sauchiehall Street. Robert Robertson as ever steals scenes. Stuart's flat was located at the top of the block and his balcony looked out over Glasgow Green. There is one particularly good scene with Stuart playing the drums! Some parts are not for the faint hearted, but nothing feels gratuitous and the investigations are compelling and with enough twists to stop it from being obvious.
As Mackintosh has become Glasgow's emblem in many respects, this is a must see. The exterior of Barrowland at night is featured. Fire Burn - The team set a trap to catch The Taxman. The building was refurbished for it's centenary in 1998. Exhibits range from a ring that belonged to Mary Queen of Scots to costumes belonging to the comedian Billy Connolly. There are also Region 1 and Region 4 releases for and markets. A 'Securicor' van pulls up to the grey doors - left.
The Barras is home to a vibrant regular street market which takes place at the weekends. The team operated out of the fictional John Street police station. Contents: disc 1: Nest of vipers ca. Set in Scotland's largest city, Glasgow's often mean, gritty streets are witness to many gruesome and inflammatory crimes. The club is situated at the bottom of Buchanan Street. Location 7 - Scott Street Scott Street dissects Sauchiehall Street and Renfrew Street and runs up one side of the Glasgow School Of Art. He is killed by a flare in the stomach and falls through the ceiling.