“We’ll never swerve, We’ll steadfast be, We’ll have our rights, We will be free. They are unworthy of freedom who expect it from other hands than their own.” As we walked back to Annie’s flat from Bellgrove railway station in the Bridgeton district of Glasgow, we stumbled onto a unique monument. It commemorates the working men and women who built Calton, a district nestled between Bridgeton and the Clyde. It was a dreary wet day, the first real rain the city had had in a couple of weeks. The two of us had spent the afternoon in Dumbarton, exploring the castle that defended against hostileRead More →