Per dab rules, should this be pointed out as being on Earth or in Scotland in the title?
Talk about it here.
- You may be looking for Glasgow, Caledonia Prime.
Glasgow was Scotland's largest city.
The people of Glasgow were called Glaswegians. During the Jacobite Rising of 1745, they sided with King George II against Bonnie Prince Charlie. This caused the Second Doctor's companion Jamie McCrimmon, a former Jacobite, to resent Glaswegians. (PROSE: The Wheel of Ice)
Commander Strax visited Glasgow in the 1890s due to the ease with which he could brawl there. Vastra wished he had never discovered it. He was in Glasgow when she summoned him for a conference call, meaning he had to be rendered unconscious by his opponent mid-fight. (TV: The Name of the Doctor)
Following their first adventure in Victorian London, the Twelfth Doctor attempted to take Clara Oswald back home to London in her own time, however, he accidentally landed in Glasgow. There, Clara received a phone call from the Eleventh Doctor, convincing her that his successor was still the Doctor. Clara noted to the Twelfth Doctor that, with his new Scottish persona, he would be right at home in Glasgow. (TV: Deep Breath) The Doctor later got them coffee from a shop in Glasgow, but ended up meeting Clara several weeks later. (TV: Into the Dalek)
Glasgow was among the world's major cities where forces of flying Cybermen emerged led by Missy. Taking to the skies, they created a cloud of cyber-pollen above the city. These pollen clouds would then rain upon the graves, recruiting the dead of the Earth into a new Cyberman army. When control of the Cyberman army went to the hands of the recently-converted Danny Pink, he ordered all Cybermen to return to the skies and self-destruct, taking the pollen clouds with them in their combined explosions. (TV: Death in Heaven)
The Twelfth Doctor referred to Gallifrey as "Space Glasgow". (TV: Hell Bent) Bernice Summerfield observed that the Twelfth Doctor had more of a Glaswegian accent as opposed to the Seventh Doctor's Highlands accent. (PROSE: Big Bang Generation)