Colourful buildings  Colourful mock-ups of some of Glasgow's best known buildings at the Glasgow Garden Festival 1988.

Colourful buildings Colourful mock-ups of some of Glasgow's best known buildings at the Glasgow Garden Festival

Boots Corner, Argyle St and Union St, Glasgow. by Jimmy1361, via Flickr

Boots Corner - Argyle Street Glasgow Famous spot for meeting your date.and for getting stood up.

Central Station, Glasgow, 1936.

Belated happy returns to Glasgow Central station: 136 years old opening July HT

St Enoch's Station 1890's, Glasgow,  Lanarkshire, Scotland

St Enoch station and hotel was a mainline railway station in the city of Glasgow, Scotland between 1876 and It was demolished in Replaced with a shopping centre.

The Flamingo Bingo on Paisley Rd West Glasgow. My mum and grandparents used to go here before it was suspiciously burnt down in the 90s. The new Morrisons supermarket stands in the place of this beautiful old listed building. Hmmm!

The Flamingo Bingo on Paisley Rd West Glasgow. My mum and grandparents used to go here before it was suspiciously burnt down in the The new Morrisons supermarket stands in the place of this beautiful old listed building.

Paisley Road West, Cardonald, Glasgow. Opposite Aldi (used to be Safeway).

Opposite Aldi (used to be Safeway). Amazingly Boots the Chemist is still there.

Glasgow Garden Festival !

there is still a wee bit of it left as a quiet public park. I mostly remember the coca cola rollercoaster, the huge teapot and a wee sweetie stall called candy Joe.

Glasgow Garden Festival 1988

There have been many iconic images that have shaped the modern day Glasgow we find ourselves living in. Here is a brief selection of iconic Glasgow.

Cardonald Parish Church, Paisley Road West, Glasgow, in the 1960's.

Cardonald Parish Church, Paisley Road West, Glasgow, in the Mom and Dad got married here


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