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Glasgow in the - Last days of the Old Gorbals

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Discover the Ocean Chambers, a beautiful B-listed red sandstone building was designed by Robert Alexander Bryden and his son Andrew in

The Gorbals, Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom).

The Gorbals - Glasgow . So they demolished all the filthy tenement slums and look ! They built these beautiful award winning prisons, oops, I mean flats in their place ! Shame on you Glasgow planners, you ripped the heart out of my city !

c. 1908: The Argyll Arcade, in Glasgow City Centre. This photo, and many more of its ilk, can be found as part of the 'Glasgow Shops - The Development of a Retail Empire' exhibition, until 3rd June 2013.

The Argyll Arcade, in Glasgow City Centre. This photo, and many more of its ilk, can be found as part of the 'Glasgow Shops - The Development of a Retail Empire' exhibition, until June

Cathedral Street. Glasgow

Cathedral Street. Glasgow

Glasgow tram on London Road operating on route 9 between Dalmuir West & Auchenshuggle. (1962) Pic: Paul Riley

Glasgow tram on London Road operating on route 9 between Dalmuir West & Auchenshuggle.

View over Great Western Bridge of the site of Kelvinbridge railway station

Great Western Road Glasgow, Origins and History

A postcard showing the "Bell o'the Brae", the steep northern end of High Street leading to the Cathedral, c 1904. George Street is to the left, Duke Street to the right at the foot of the brae.

A postcard showing the "Bell o'the Brae", the steep northern end of High Street leading to the Cathedral, c George Street is to the left, Duke Street to the right at the foot of the brae.

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