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Glasgow dancing and pubs

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peanut butter corn flake clusters Nutty, chocolatey, crunchy: corn flake cakes are a bake-sale classic. We’ve added a dollop of creamy peanut butter to this recipe for a super-easy crowd pleaser. Easy Cake Recipes, Easy Desserts, Sweet Recipes, Baking Recipes, Delicious Desserts, Dessert Recipes, Cornflake Cake, Flake Recipes, Cornflakes

3-ingredient peanut butter corn flake clusters

Kids and adults alike will love this nutty spin on classic chocolate corn flake cakes. Using just chocolate, peanut butter and crunchy corn flakes, these super simple no-bake clusters make the perfect sweet treat to share. There’s a handy ingredients list at the bottom of the page for everything you need.

Usherette at the cinema.a thing of the past ! 1970s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, Childhood Toys, Sweet Memories, Go To The Cinema, Abc Cinema, Film School, Teenage Years, Do You Remember

Growing up in U.K. in the 50s/60s

Here she is the lovely usherette. Do they still have them nowadays?

K, except for some reason in Scotland it's called Doors Open Days. Glasgow Scotland, Scotland Travel, Edinburgh, Glasgow Subway, Social Photography, Glasgow City, Old Pub, Industrial Architecture, High Road

The old and the new

It's Heritage Open Days in the U.K, except for some reason in Scotland it's called Doors Open Days. Anyway, the idea is you are given free access to hundreds of fascinating buildings across the U.K. Every weekend in September you can explore places that are normally closed to the public. Some open up once a year, some just once in a lifetime... Can you guess?! Yes, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum that is open pretty much all year round. Are we nuts? This picture was taken from the…

The Plaza at Eglinton Toll. Don't remember this but know it was my Mum's favourite dance hall. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Glasgow Architecture, Paisley Scotland, Rangers Football, Glasgow City, 2nd City, Glasgow Scotland, Dance Hall

The Plaza at Eglinton Toll. Glasgow's poshest ballroom. Great for a more up market night out. Lovely place.

The Plaza at Eglinton Toll. Don't remember this but know it was my Mum's favourite dance hall. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Glasgow Architecture, Paisley Scotland, Rangers Football, Glasgow City, 2nd City, Glasgow Scotland, Dance Hall

The Plaza at Eglinton Toll. Glasgow's poshest ballroom. Great for a more up market night out. Lovely place.

Glasgow in the & - Around The City Vol 1 Old Pictures, Old Photos, Commerce Street, Argyle Street, Glasgow Scotland, Jamaica, City, Building, Places

Glasgow in the 1960s, 70s & 80s - Around The City Vol 1

Hello everyone,I have been looking through some more old pictures of the city and a little bit beyond,so enjoy! Cheers Mustang! McNeil Street (1970s) George Square (1970s) http://gallery.myff.org/gallery/662907/scotland_glasgow.jpg Commerce Street (1967) http://gallery.myff.org/gallery/662910/tradeston+1967.jpg Ballater Street (1967) http://gallery.myff.org/gallery/662915/---mdoran1%40sky_com_06930284+1967.jpg Towards George Square (1974)…

Glasgow had about a dozen dance halls in the more than anywhere else in Britain. Scottish People, Glasgow Scotland, Dance Hall, Great Photos, Great Britain, Novels, Romance, Memories, Black And White

From the archive: romance at Glasgow's dance halls

Glasgow had about a dozen dance halls in the 1920s, more than anywhere else in Britain.

Another of my favourites . I think it was known as Cranstons. At the bottom of Renfield Street. Glasgow Scotland, Scotland Travel, George Green, Glasgow City, Cinema Theatre, Industrial Architecture, Oxford Street, Old Photos, Street View

Another of my favourites . I think it was known as Cranstons. At the bottom of Renfield Street.

Some Glasgow Pubs to visit if you are in Glasgow during the Commonwealth Games - or visit them anytime. These are some of the favourites of Whisky Please. Glasgow Pubs, Glasgow City, Glasgow Scotland, Whisky Bar, Malt Whisky, Glasgow Architecture, Paisley Scotland, Restaurant Signs, Commonwealth Games

Glasgow Pubs. Whisky Please Blog. Commonwealth Games for Whisky Buffs

Some Glasgow Pubs to visit if you are in Glasgow during the Commonwealth Games - or visit them anytime. These are some of the favourites of Whisky Please.

Known as 'the graveyard of comedians', the Glasgow Empire Theatre following its refurbishment in 1931. Cinema Theatre, Glasgow Scotland, Refurbishment, Comedians, Taj Mahal, Centre, Dancing, Buildings, Empire

Known as 'the graveyard of comedians', the Glasgow Empire Theatre following its refurbishment in 1931.

The Garage, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. Take The High Road, Cinema Theatre, Glasgow Scotland, Back In The Day, Brave, Dancing, Photographs, Dads, The Unit

PictureThis Scotland (@74frankfurt)

The latest Tweets from PictureThis Scotland (@74frankfurt). Smile Scotland...you're on camera

The Cameo Ballroom. Near Shawlands Cross. A favourite haunt of mine. Glasgow Scotland, Scotland Travel, Gorbals Glasgow, Orchard Park, Glasgow City, Cinema Theatre, Air Raid, Ballrooms, Dance Hall

TheGlasgowStory

TheGlasgowStory tells the story of Glasgow in words and pictures, told by some of Scotland's best writers, and illustrated with thousands of images from the collections of the city's world-famous libraries, museums and universities. From football to fashions, Auchenshuggle to Yoker, you'll find it all here.