... or, next door, Alexandra Park (if you are First Bus Glasgow).
South of the river Clyde its much simpler. 38B, C and E run every ten minutes via Woodfarm to Spiersbridge , shown as Rouken Glen on the blinds and in the timetable. 38 (and 38A) every 10 minutes to Eastwood Toll (which isn't on the maps!!) extended every 20 minutes to Crookfur shown as Newton Mearns on the blinds and in the timetable. 38A is for occasional journeys via Woodfarm to Eastwood Toll or Newton Mearns OR for trips from Easterhouse to Rouken Glen.
So where is 38D?
Before we reveal the whole truth and nothing but the truth, we will join fbb on his real live trip and perhaps share with him some of the problems that this clever bit of timetabling presents to the unwary. In the meantime, a pic of a preserved Glasgow Corporation bus showing 38A.
It unexpectedly returned to service on the Glasgow City Tour run by Glasgow Corporation Transport Limited between 2003-4. Sold with the Tour business to First Glasgow in March 2004, this bus was numbered PD3, or 39997 in the First national numbering scheme, and once again ran from Larkfield Depot.
Finally, it was sold to Glasgow City Council for a return to preservation in 2006.
... Gentleman's Relish.
It is also known as Patum Peperium.
It was created in 1828 by an Englishman called John Osborn. It has a strong, very salty and slightly fishy taste, and contains anchovies (minimum 60%), butter, herbs and spices. Today, the secret recipe is withheld from all but one employee at Elsenham Quality Foods in Elsenham, England, the licensed manufacturer.
Gentleman's Relish is traditionally eaten thinly spread on slices of buttered white-bread toast, either on its own, or with cucumber, or "mustard and cress" sprouts. It can also be added to minced meat for a different-tasting cottage pie or to the mixture for fish cakes, potato cakes, and croquettes. Alternatively it can be melted into scrambled eggs or be used as a topping for jacket potatoes.
It looks like something dredged up from the River Axe ...
... and tastes, erm, salty.
But if you like Marmite you might like this!
It cost Mrs fbb £1.59 for a titchy tub and has, so far, "done" six slices of toast in three sittings. But, boy, does it wake you up in the morning!