In line for a millennium party

HOW quickly the time goes - as we prepare to say goodbye to 2013 and welcome in 2014, it hardly seems the twinkling of an eye since the city got ready to usher in a whole new millennium.

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Glasgow has always known how to throw a party, but this Hogmanay promised to be something special as we joined the whole world in marking this very special date on the calendar.

The city council wanted a family-friendly event that took in the whole city, and the idea proved a popular one, judging by these amazing queues that formed in George Square, as everyone wanted to get a ticket.

The square is again playing host today with Hogmanayday, a special programme of events to mark the coming of the New Year.

But wherever you are at the bells, we wish you all the best for 2014.

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