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I Dont Want To Grow Up is an 8x10 print of my original illustration drawn in ink and then digitally colored. All my prints are printed on Epson premium matte finish paper and then placed in a cellophane sleeve for protection. This lovely little print will be mailed to your home in a non bending

View from kitchen window of Maryhill tenements.1970. **Horrible place but look at the beautiful white washing!

Powerful Photos Of Life in the Old Glasgow Tenement Blocks - 1969-72 - Flashbak

Powerful Photos Of Glasgow Slums 1969-72

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

Lost Glasgow

This group is about buildings, structures and objects that once existed in Glasgow, but have now been demolished, burnt down, replaced and gone for good..

glasgow 1871

Close No. 101 High Street, Glasgow

Thomas Annan 1868 - 1871 Accession no. PGP 185.10 Medium Albumen print Size 28.40 x 22.50 cm Credit Purchased 1986 For more information please select here.

Stand and deliver: News boys in Glasgow's Maryhill are pictured...

A bleak portrait of Dickensian poverty... from Glasgow's 1970 slums

In a world where microwaves, televisions and fast wi-fi connections are deemed basic household necessities, it is hard to believe these images of Glasgow slums are less than 50 years old.

Old Glasgow

Glasgow Memories- Brilliant Film of Old Glasgow

Excellent footage of Old Glasgow Film 1 - Trolley Buses Gorbals to City Centre 1966 Film 2 - Trams in City Centre 1959 Film 3 - Last day of the Trams Sept 19...

George Square, Glasgow

Administrative Quarantine

Old photos of Scotland and the Scottish people in high resolution.

St Benedict's, Drumchapel, Glasgow - 1970  sadly demolished

St Benedict's, Drumchapel, Glasgow - 1970

The opening of St Benedict's Church completed a development which started with the erection of a church hall designed to serve as temporary church; followed by the completion & occupation of the presbytery. The grouping & design of the individual buildings were strongly influenced by their situation on a narrow & difficult site in undistinguished surroundings and the form of the buildings was intended to produce a vigorous & recognisable group dominated by the church & making best use of the…