AT first glance it looks like a massive hole in the ground, but this was Hampden Park 85 years ago.
The image is one of thousands included in one the earliest and most significant collections of aerial photography.
And for the first time the photographs, which date from 1919 to 1953, can be accessed on-line.
All the pictures on the Britain From Above website have gone through a painstaking process of conservation.
Many were so old and fragile they were close to being lost forever.
One of the highlights of the collection shows crowds on the banks of the River Clyde watching the first voyage of the newly built Queen Mary in 1936.
Experts could not identify all of the 15,000 photographs in the collection, but the Britain from Above website has interactive features where people can add information about the image, share personal memories, download images and customise their own themed photo galleries.
The photographs come from the Aerofilms Collection which was acquired for the nation in 2007 when the company faced financial difficulties.
Rebecca Bailey of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, said: "We hope people will be able to add their own thoughts and memories to this remarkable collection."
The photos can be seen at www.britain fromabove.org.uk.