L is for Lewis's - NettieThomson
I started my first Saturday job when I was 15. I washed dishes in the Golden Egg off Argyle Street in Glasgow. It was a horrid job. They expected me to wash ashtrays in the same water as the other dishes. And there was no plug for the sink. You had to use a wad […]
Glasgow in the 1970s - Last days of the Old Gorbals
Ok, by popular demand, a first public airing for some b&w photos I took with a Yashica 44 (from Charles Frank in the Saltmarket) in 1973. The dest
High Street, from the Cross | Science Museum Group Collection
A photograph entitled 'High Street, from the Cross', taken by Thomas Annan in 1868. The Tontine Building with its fine clock tower is on the left on Trongate as the camera points uphill towards the cathedral. Although the Tontine Building no longer stands, the clock tower still exists.
A female tram driver and conductor of the Glasgow Corporation in 1918., Lewis G P
A female tram driver and conductor of the Glasgow Corporation in 1918. by Lewis G P. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, and postcards. Imperial War Museums
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