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Memories

Memories: Remember the hospital on St Vincent Street?

Memories: Remember the hospital on St Vincent Street?

Memories: twirl girls keep it in the family and jazz group get a tow

Memories: twirl girls keep it in the family and jazz group get a tow

Memories: Clippie Nancy’s set for her shift

Memories: Clippie Nancy’s set for her shift

Memories:The story on one of Glasgow's oldest streets

Memories:The story on one of Glasgow's oldest streets

Memories: Spiers Wharf flats and Crosshill farm

Memories: Spiers Wharf flats and Crosshill farm

Memories: Shipyard workers demand a better wage and the Gulf Sweets

Memories: Shipyard workers demand a better wage and the Gulf Sweets

The stunning ceiling mural is the work of Alasdair Gray.

Eye Spy Glasgow: The story of the city's Alasdair Gray murals

John Cameron shows off his new netting system in George Square in 1965

Memories: net closes in on George Square pigeons as Arnold Clark revs up

Memories: No smoke without fire on King George V bridge

Memories: No smoke without fire on King George V bridge

The scene at the end of another sad chapter in Scotland’s once thriving steel industry.

Taking care on trip to the shops

Mark Millar shared the images on Twitter

Memories: The throwback photo of Cary Grant, Elizabeth Taylor and Gene Kelly in Glasgow you need to see

This is the trap door – the drop – in the execution block of the former Duke Street Prison in Glasgow’s East End

Memories: Final hours for jail’s death trap and baton thief hunted

Memories: R W Forsyth is top shop in Glasgow and Baldi’s Cafe in Buchanan Street

Memories: R W Forsyth is top shop in Glasgow and Baldi’s Cafe in Buchanan Street

In pictures: Monte Carlo Rally through the years

In pictures: Monte Carlo Rally through the years

Memories: Glaswegians queue for fortune teller

Memories: Glaswegians queue for fortune teller

This was Glasgow’s own ‘Coronation Street’ back in May 1953 as the residents of Rolland Street, Maryhill, put out the flags and bunting to mark the Queen’s coronation. Major road restructuring of the area means Rolland Street no longer exists

Memories: Heading home with work fears

Memories: When prisoners rioted in Barlinnie and Sellyns in Springburn Road

Memories: When prisoners rioted in Barlinnie and Sellyns in Springburn Road

Memories: Star quality rounds up the crowds in 1939

Memories: Star quality rounds up the crowds in 1939

Memories: The Royal Arms in Glasgow

Memories: The Royal Arms in Glasgow

These youngsters, from St Augustine’s Secondary in Milton, were given the day off school to clear rubble from waste ground near the city’s Royal Infirmary as part of Facelift Glasgow

Memories: In the eye of a political storm

Eye Spy Glasgow: Bonnie Prince Charles having a pint on Duke Street, must be Wellpark Brewery

Eye Spy Glasgow: Bonnie Prince Charles having a pint on Duke Street, must be Wellpark Brewery

Memories: Yaldi! It's a factory protest, Glesga style

Memories: Yaldi! It's a factory protest, Glesga style

Memories: Cowboys at the Grand Ole Opry

Memories: Cowboys at the Grand Ole Opry

Memories: Duke Street Ladywell Housing and it rained in 1957

Memories: Duke Street Ladywell Housing and it rained in 1957

Memories: WW2 protection squads and car cleaning in the 60s

Memories: WW2 protection squads and car cleaning in the 60s

It might just be a set of doors to you, but to ex-servicemen and women this picture will bring back a lot of happy memories. 

Memories: Invitation behind locked doors

Eye Spy Glasgow: The story behind Winchers Stance in Buchanan Bus Station

Eye Spy Glasgow: The story behind Winchers Stance in Buchanan Bus Station

Memories: When Glasgow used drinking fountains

Memories: When Glasgow used drinking fountains

Memories: Do you recognise Dumbarton Road in 1956?

Memories: Do you recognise Dumbarton Road in 1956?

The Moderator of the Church of Scotland, the Right Rev W White Anderson, receives the mallet and trowel to lay the foundation stone of St James’ Parish Church in Pollok, Glasgow

Memories: A choice of two battles

Memories: Teachers protest and home guard parade in Bishopbriggs

Memories: Teachers protest and home guard parade in Bishopbriggs

Memories: The women of The Steamie

Memories: The women of The Steamie

Memories: Snow in 1971 and Millport's Wild West

Memories: Snow in 1971 and Millport's Wild West

Eye Spy Glasgow: The story behind Glasgow's Pavilion building on Renfield Street

Eye Spy Glasgow: The story behind Glasgow's Pavilion building on Renfield Street

This is not the driver, it’s the conductor. He is sitting on the ‘pay as you enter’ seat in a new single decker trolleybus from the Larkfield garage back in January 1951. So it was a case of “ferrs please”

Memories: When Glasgow had tunnel vision

129 Bath Street, former home to Glasgow Corporation Education Department and ETV

Eye Spy Glasgow: How Glasgow's broadcasting revolution helped educate a generation of kids

1988

Memories: Forging a new future at city site

Memories: Taggart in 1990 and George Square Xmas lights in 1962

Memories: Taggart in 1990 and George Square Xmas lights in 1962

Memories: Scottish Prison Service's canine recruits and sledging in Queen's Park

Memories: Scottish Prison Service's canine recruits and sledging in Queen's Park

Memories: Gorbals in 1976 and recording studio at Garden Festival site

Memories: Gorbals in 1967 and recording studio at Garden Festival site

Memories: When Buchanan Street had a house in 1956

Memories: When Buchanan Street had a house in 1956

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Cinderella found some traditional transport at the Citizens Theatre in 1971, when she took to the stage during panto season in Glasgow

Memories: Cinderella hoofs it from the Citizens and Garden Festival blooms

This street scene from Glasgow at about the time of the First World War captures people gathering for a silence to mark the sacrifice of those who would never come home

Parade was Major event for city

In 1954, these pupils were starting lessons in a new school – Burnbrae Primary, in Priesthill, Glasgow

Memories: first day at Burnbrae Primary and mistletoe at the Barras

Partick Thistle players (left to right) George Muir, Billy Hainey and John Kerr enjoy their time off in 1963

Memories: the dawn of pre-fab housing and Jags right on cue

Memories: Allan Glen's school in 1953 and winter's day in George Square

Memories: Allan Glen's school in 1953 and winter's day in George Square

Memories: Abbotsford Place School in the Gorbals and festive shopping in Lewis' in Argyle Street

Memories: Abbotsford Place School in the Gorbals and festive shopping in Lewis' in Argyle Street

Eye Spy Glasgow: How BBC radio started out in an unimposing attic flat in Bath Street

Eye Spy Glasgow: How BBC radio started out in an unimposing attic flat in Bath Street

Memories: Police keep fans in order at Partick Thistle v Celtic League Cup clash in 1961

Memories: Police keep fans in order at Partick Thistle v Celtic League Cup clash in 1961

Memories: Battle over sale plan for homes

Memories: Battle over sale plan for homes

Memories: Fine home with a caring heart

Memories: Fine home with a caring heart

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Memories: Girl on track to have some fun

Memories: Girl on track to have some fun

Memories: Hampden Park in the 1920s

Memories: Hampden Park in the 1920s

Memories: Hospital was a home to families

Memories: Hospital was a home to families

Memories: The campaign to save Glasgow's winter gardens and checking IDs during the war

Memories: The campaign to save Glasgow's winter gardens and checking IDs during the war

Memories: Who remembers getting roasted chestnuts at the Barras?

Memories: Who remembers getting roasted chestnuts at the Barras?

Memories: When US sailors enjoyed shore leave in Glasgow and Esther Rantzen meets Lobey Dosser

Memories: When US sailors enjoyed shore leave in Glasgow and Esther Rantzen meets Lobey Dosser

Memories: The Black Maria and Glasgow's Bar-L prisoners

Memories: The Black Maria and Glasgow's Bar-L prisoners

Eye Spy Glasgow: The statue which remembers the Scottish volunteers who fought in the Spanish Civil War

Eye Spy Glasgow: The statue which remembers the Scottish volunteers who fought in the Spanish Civil War

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Memories: Glasgow makes preparations for a possible gas attack by German forces

Memories: Glasgow makes preparations for a possible gas attack by German forces

Memories: Sweets and R S McColls and dancin' at the Barrowlands

Memories: Sweets and R S McColls and dancin' at the Barrowlands

Memories: Possil pupils learn Japanese culture and new life for old burial ground

Memories: Possil pupils learn Japanese culture and new life for old burial ground

Memories: Why did a man have a shotgun in Glasgow in 1957?

Memories: Why did a man have a shotgun in Glasgow in 1957?

Memories: Remember bob a job week?

Memories: Remember bob a job week?

Pedestrian tunnel 1979, courtesy of Michael Cullen

Eye Spy Glasgow: The harbour tunnels under the Clyde

Elizabeth Taylor is surrounded by admirers on her way to lunch at Glasgow's Rogano in 1979

Rogano at 80: the 13 best celebrity stories

More than 30 recipients of the Victoria Cross during World War I hailed from the Glasgow area

Memories: the Glaswegians who won the Victoria Cross in World War I

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Memories: Traffic lessons and Gorbals' St Francis pupils

Memories: Traffic lessons and Gorbals' St Francis pupils

Memories: George Bowie and Glasgow nightclubs celebrate awards

Memories: George Bowie and Glasgow nightclubs celebrate awards

Memories: Soldiers tackle Dalmarnock blaze in 1977 after firefighters go on strike

Memories: Soldiers tackle Dalmarnock blaze in 1977 after firefighters go on strike

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