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Notes The wulver is a mythic humanoid cave-dwelling creature with the head of a wolf found in the folklore of several Scottish regions. Although descriptions vary dramatically from place to place, the wulver is commonly described as being solitary and somewhat approachable and benign, sometimes seen fishing by river banks. Some stories even describe wulvers as helping lost travellers find their way and even leaving fish on the window sills of poor or starving families.

The lithograph also features Glasgow's Tolbooth Steeple, the last remaining section of Glasgow Tolbooth, a municipal building almost completely demolished in 1921. The steeple is almost 400 years old and is now a Category A listed building.