Photographic Resource Center US Map & Phone & Address

Photographic Resource Center US Map & Phone & Address

602 Commonwealth Ave. Boston; (617) 353-0700

On the campus of Boston University, this gallery offers month-long exhibits, often on controversial subjects such as AIDS and Vietnam. The gallery does charge admission: $3 general, $2 for students and seniors.

Open Tuesdays through Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. and Thursday evenings until 8 P.M. PRC is on an academic schedule, so they close in the summer.

Photographic Resource Center US Map & Phone & Address Photo Gallery



There are plenty of Scots pines, and many consider this the best of all sections of the Union Destination and the basin/moorings at Bridge 51 an idyllic spot. (There are picnic tables.) End of the southern diversion. Heading off along the towpath from Bridge 51, you come to an overspill across the towpath with steps up and along by a burn to allow access to Muiravonside Church, where there’s a large parking area. The old walled graveyard has a superb collection of 18th-century stones, many obviously by the same masons, craftsmen with a taste for fanciful supporting trumpeters, symbolic circles and other emblems of mortality and immortality – one of the best collections of this folk art, which neglect is steadily destroying. Continue, once back at the overspill, to Kirk Bridge (Bridge 52), which seems to have been abandoned but is a good viewpoint for Stirling Castle, the Ochils and Saline Hills (pronounced sal-in), and with the familiar shapes of Ben Vorlich and Stuc a’ Chroin visible. The extensive Manuel Works (refractories, terracotta products, and much else) lay beyond the graveyards, and in the middle of this sprawl is the square tower of Almond or Haining Castle, once a seat of the Earls of Linlithgow and Callendar, but derelict for over 200 years. Rural walking leads on to a bridge which caused some problems over its restoration. Its number 52A indicates there wasn’t a bridge here originally, so when the A801 was built to link the M9 with Bathgate and Livingstone the travel destination was just culverted. The problem was similar to the M8 nearing Broxburn, so here too the travel destination puts in an S bend.

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