The Baggage Battles crew travels all the way to Glasgow, Scotland, to attend a police auction. Billy and the Martins battle over a vintage military snuff box made out of a ram's horn, while Mark hopes to ...Go to Episode
This converted Episcopal church is now a hotel located near Glasgow's central shopping area. The Baggage Battles cast and crew stayed at the hotel during their time in Scotland.
278 West George St
Glasgow, G2 4LL, United Kingdom
This warehouse is where the police auction took place. Second-generation auctioneer Rebecca Wilson met with the Baggage Battles team to give them the tour.
6 Kilwinning Rd
Dalry, Ayrshire, KA24 4LG
The Baggage Battle team ate lunch in the hotel's restaurant. The meal included traditional Scotish fare including deep-fried Haggis balls.
Kilwinning Ayrshire KA13 6PL, United Kingdom
Pub where the Baggage Battles team enjoyed a dinner of haggis fritters, spiced haggis bon bons, breaded haddock, sea bream and slow-roasted pork belly. Local beer and whisky helped wash things down.
241 North St, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G3 7DL, United Kingdom
Located in the quiet town of Greenock, Mark visited Kenny Barbour on his family's farm. It has been in the family for 400 years. Kenny helped Mark value some of the items he won in the auction.
Old Largs Rd
Greenock PA16 9LJ
Laurence and Sally headed to the shop in the town of Kilbarchan so they could have their snuff mull appraised.
Kilbarchan, Renfrewshire PA10 2PN, United Kingdom
The iconic whisky bar on Hope Street is where Billy sought to find clues about his mysterious cooper pipes.
154 Hope St
Glasgow G2 2TH, United Kingdom
Some of the cast and crew had dinner at this Italian cafe and enjoyed their delicious queen scallops, pan-fried with garlic and olive oil.
305 Sauchiehall St
Glasgow, G2 3HQ, United Kingdom