It's owner, Barney, used to stay in Moredun Crescent, Springboig, where I grew up. Most of my pals used to get their hair cut on his bus, which he parked in Cranhill at the water tower. I think that might be where your picture is; maybe I on in the bus.
I remember once, I told him he had woodworm in his mirror frames. At first he was quite alarmed but then he started laughing. "That's the drawing pin holes from when I put up the Christmas decorations," he said.
Bobby Shearer Via e-mail
I agree with the letter writer (October 4) about police station closures.
Where I work, daily there are around 12 traffic police doing folk for doing 32mph in 30 zones, and non-wearing of seat belts.
Has top cop Steve House set targets for his officers?
I am all for police stopping extreme speeders, but do we need six to 12 motor bike police at each corner?
And, if you work 9am to 6pm, and you get stopped, where are you meant to present your documents if the police station is shut?
Claire Lewis Glasgow
Sorry to say, but I was not that impressed by the new Hydro.
It looks good from the outside, but the majority of the seats are too far away from the stage.
Thank goodness Rod Stewart had large screens up, otherwise the spectacle would have been poor. Those standing were near enough to the action but the rest had a distant view. I won't be back.
Robert McDonald Via email
Plug and cycle
I was delighted to read (October 7) that Glasgow is to get electric bike hire.
They had them when I was in Canada and they were well used for business around town to save on car fumes.
I think this will be great for tourism.
Ann Robertson East Kilbride