The Glasgow Guide

The Glasgow Guide
© David Williams

Books by David Williams

David Williams is a travel author and photographer who has written six books on Scotland and Iceland. Details of these are given below.
The very wide range of topics covered in the books include history, politics, economics, geology, human and physical geography, natural history, literature, culture and architecture.
The ISBN links lead to the book`s entry in the Amazon website.

ISBN Cover Title Publisher Year Contents Description
0905743385   Iceland: the Visitor`s Guide Stacey International, London 1986 264 pages, 48 colour photographs, misc. illustrations, maps etc. Regarded as a `standard` tourist book on the island. It covers all the major tourist areas of the country, including the wilderness of the interior.
non-ISBN   Mývatn: a Paradise for Nature Lovers Örn og Örlygur, Reykjavík 1988 142 pages, over 120 colour photographs plus maps, drawings etc. Lake Mývatn is probably the most intriguing place in all Iceland. The book describes the area in three chapters: the volcanic landscape, the history and life of the people, and the birdlife.
0749511656 Essential Iceland The Automobile Association, Basingstoke 1996 128 pages, 64 colour photographs, misc. illustrations, maps etc. A handy guidebook full of photographs that describes the country and carries much information on what there is to see.
009467910X   A guide to the Southern Upland Way Constable, London 1989 300 pages, 16 maps and 40 black & white photographs. A guide to the long-distance footpath that runs from coast to coast across southern Scotland, from Portpatrick to Cockburnspath.
0749504315   Tour Guide Scotland The Automobile Association, Basingstoke 1996 120 pages, many colour photographs, misc. illustrations, maps etc. Twenty-five tours of the country, each of them describing many places to visit. The tours cover most districts on the mainland, plus Skye and Mull.
0862418402 The Glasgow Guide Birlinn, Edinburgh 1998 440 pages, maps, many black and white photographs. Thirteen walks around Glasgow with details of over 700 buildings and other places of interest including all the city`s museums. Special articles on history, architecture, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Alexander Thomson and graveyards.