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An image of the Suspension bridge on Clyde Street, Glasgow with the moon in the background

An image of the Suspension bridge on Clyde Street, Glasgow with the moon in the background

Glasgow in the 1960s, 70s & 80s - River Kelvin under the Great Western bridge.

Glasgow in the & - River Kelvin under the Great Western bridge.

Only in dear old Glasgow Toon would they build a "Squinty Bridge" as Glaswegians have dubbed it because it crosses the River Clyde diagonally to link the north and south.  The correct name of the bridge is the Clyde Arc.The first new road bridge over the Clyde in 30 years.  Photo: flickr.com

Only in dear old Glasgow Toon would they build a "Squinty Bridge", as Glaswegians have dubbed it, because it crosses the River Clyde diagonally to link the north and south. The correct name of the bridge is the Clyde Arc.

Construction of Dougrie Flats, Castlemilk, Glasgow - Winter 1962-63

Construction of Dougrie Flats, Castlemilk, Glasgow - Winter

Edinburgh Road and the Clyde Valley from Cranhill, Glasgow. (1966) Picture: Phillip Capper.

Edinburgh Road and the Clyde Valley from Cranhill, Glasgow. (1966) Picture: Phillip Capper.

The tonetine hotel on High st Glasgow

The tonetine hotel on High st Glasgow

George Square, 1868

Urchins and alleyways: a rare glimpse of 19th-century Glasgow – in pictures

George Square, 1868

Old Industrial Site | Industrial Building Overlooking the Glasgow-Edinburgh Railway

This building is Glasgow inspired the human factory farm Maggie and Monroe investigate. You'll have to read book 2 to find out :)

Glasgow street :: by photographer Thomas Annan (1829 -1887)

Incredible Photographs Of The Old Closes And Streets Of Glasgow From Between 1868 And 1877

Bell Street from High Street Annan, Thomas, b.1829-1887 The Old Closes and Streets of Glasgow, 1868

Bell Street from High Street Annan, Thomas, The Old Closes and Streets of Glasgow, 1868

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