BUCHANAN STREET

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Gordon Street

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  East Side from Opposite Gordon Street to St Vincent Place
East Side, Between St Vincent Place and West George Street
East Side, Between West George and Bath Streets
East Side, Between Bath and Sauchiehall Streets
West Side, Between Gordon and St Vincent Streets
West Side, Between St Vincent Street and Nelson Mandela Place
West Side, Between Nelson Mandela Place and Bath Street
West Side, Between Bath and Sauchiehall Streets

East Side from Opposite Gordon Street to St Vincent Place

  Borders, books music and cafe
Royal Bank Place, pedestrianised alley
Nationwide Building Society
Hector Russell, kilt maker, etc.
R G Lawrie Ltd., tartan toys etc.
North Court Lane, access alley
Diesel, women's and men's clothes
Jones, shoe and boot shop
The Orange Shop, mobile phones

St Vincent Place

The Junction of Buchanan Street, St Vincent Place and St Vincent Street

East Side, Between St Vincent Place and West George Street

  James Pringle, woolens
Vacant
Alley, access to offices
Clydesdale Bank

West george Street

The Junction of Buchanan and West George Streets

East Side, Between West George Street and Bath Streets

  Pizza-Crolla, pizzas
entrance to Buchanan Street Underground to your left, entrer from the south
Ok, wemen's and children's clothes
Original Shoe Company, shoes and clothing
door, 162 to offices
The Kingdom, fashion jewellery, etc.
Greggs, bakers
Dundas Lane, through towards the side entrance of Queen Street Station
SoleTrader, shoe shop
door to offices
Forbiddenplanet, games DVD's etc.
Business Gateway, advice centre
Alley, access
Open, women's and men's tops and shoes
Go up three flights of steps
Buchanan Galleries
Gymboree, children's clothes, female

Bath Street

The Junction of Bath and Buchanan Streets

East Side, Between Bath and Sauchiehall Streets

  Sainsbury's Central Store
fire exits from Sainsbury's Central
Gap, clothing, jutting west, entrances facing south and west
steps up north to Concert Hall

There's a statue of Donald Duar, in the middle of the square in front of the Concert Hall.

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West Side, Between Gordon and St Vincent Streets

  TGI Friday's
Game, slightly jutting east
Stand-by, hair dresser
Hobbs, women's clothes
Tiso, sports clothes
Phones 4 U
Vodafone
National Bank Chambers
Bank of Scotland, with 2 cash machines before door

St vincent Street

The Junction of Buchanan Street, St Vincent Place and St Vincent Street

West Side, Between St Vincent Street and Nelson Mandela Place

  The Pier, furniture
Miss Sixty, women's clothes
Urban Outfitters, women's clothes

Nelson Mandela Place

The Junction of Buchanan and West George Streets

West Side, Between Nelson Mandela Place and Bath Street

  vacant
Buchanan Street Underground station, enter from the south, wall round escalator well
pavement slopes up steeply
Bar 185, turn left (180 degrees onto the platform outside the entrance)
Buchanan Hotel
Enigma Design Gallery, speciality ornaments
Buchanan Tea Rooms
blank door
The Gallery, cafe bar, up steps
Buchanan Studios, professional photographers
Buchanan Street Stamps and Lindella Dance School, up steps
Snax in the City
Enterprise, amusements and cafe bar
metal gate across closed entrance
Ristorante Caprese, Italian restaurant
vacant
building site

Bath Street

The Junction of Bath and Buchanan Streets

West Side, Between Bath and Sauchiehall Streets

  Topshop, topman
Virgin Megastore
building curves northwest
J and D Sports, down stairs
Burton, The Men's Store
Dorothy Perkins

The building turns left (west) into Sauchiehall Street.

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