It was an experience of inefficiency and amateurishness at its worst.
Queues to enter the security area were so long that staff had to switch off the escalator to allow people to stand on it and avoid being thrown off into the throng of passengers queuing at the top of the moving stairway. A shambolic start to my journey.
How are they going to cope when the Commonwealth Games start?
Stuart Martin Johnstone
THE tenement stair collapse in the West End (September 12) wasn't the first, and it won't be the last.
The condition of much of the historic tenement housing in Glasgow is deteriorating fast, with owners, landlords and factors all too willing to look the other way when problems arise.
You only have to raise your eyes to see broken gutters, slipped slates, damaged downpipes and leaning chimney heads.
Glasgow is famed for its tenements but, unless we invest now, many of them won't be here in another 100 years.
Clair Walker via e-mail
I WISH I was still young enough, and brave enough, to climb the scaffolding outside Glasgow Cathedral (September 12).
Apart from the views, I'd love to see the stonework created by the master masons all those centuries ago. You should send a photographer so we can see some pictures.
Alf Cairns Townhead