Blue Lights at the Riverside
LUCKY Craigton Primary pupils were the first to get up close to an NYPD cop car ahead of the launch of the Blue Light Festival.
The event returns this weekend to the Riverside Museum as an impressive array of emergency vehicles are on display for visitors.
There will also be activities, arts and crafts and a range of street food vans onSaturday and Sunday, from 11am.
The NYPD police car will be a special highlight of this year’s event, alongside a collection of over 60 different vehicles including bikes, cars, trucks, engines and boats.
Also on show will be an extensive range of vintage vehicles from Riverside Museum.
Glasgow Museums fire engine collection is the second largest in Scotland and includes a 1928 Albion-Merryweather Pump Ladder, whose chasis was built in Albion Motors, Glasgow, and a 1940 Dennis-Merryweather Turntable Ladder that was stationed at Govan fire station during the Second World War and a Leyland Firemaster Pump Escape.
Kian Livingstone, Ellie Craig, Grant McIlreavy and Sophie Pirie, all 9, at the launch of the Blue Light Festival which takes place at the Riverside Museum