|Anchor Mills. Paisley was known for textiles and this mill was part of world's largest thread producing factory. Now apartments and offices|
|Paisley Abbey. Established in 1163, but mostly 15th century (I think)|
|I came across this mural on the gable end of a tenement near the river. It depicts a kingfisher and is dedicated to Alexander Wilson. He was a weaver who emigrated to America in 1794 and became known as the "Father of American Ornathology"|
|On the banks of the river is Paisley Town Hall. Typical of the grand public buildings constructed in the Victorian era.|
|Lift Bridge, Renfrew. Just before the White Cart joins the River Clyde is this lift bridge. It was built in 1924 and is still in operation.|
|On a very wet and dull day I'm in Clydebank looking across the River Clyde to where the Cart joins it.|
I hope you enjoyed my run across the grey old city. As always I was aware of how much is packed into a small distance in this country and that even though it's cool, wet & dull a run on the bike can be enjoyable.
I didn't want to end the tour on a bum note so today I went back to Clydebank when it was sunny.