Riverside Museum

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Stories exist here of a washer girl who perished in an accident in the Victorian Era; one guest managed to snap a photo of the supposed girl waving at the camera. Whether it is a camera trick or not, other guests and employees have reported a similar girl in the area.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Riverside Museum
Glasgow G3 8RS
United Kingdom

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55.8655187, -4.307700999999952
Glasgow City
Nearest Towns:
Linthouse, UK (0.4 mi.)
Scotstoun, UK (1.0 mi.)
Pollok, UK (1.1 mi.)
Govan, UK (1.1 mi.)
Partick, UK (1.3 mi.)
Anniesland, UK (1.3 mi.)
Kinning Park, UK (1.4 mi.)
Finnieston, UK (1.4 mi.)
Maryhill, UK (1.6 mi.)
Whiteinch, UK (1.6 mi.)


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