Children with prams at the entrance to Kelvinbridge station on the Glasgow Underground, 1962. A woman is standing at the ticket booth. The entrance was located in a tenement building next to the Great Western Bridge facing west on to the Caledonian Railway Co's Kelvinbridge Station and goods yard, and the River Kelvin beyond. Reproduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Museums - TheGlasgowStory
Walking Through Partick, Past and Present
Walking Through Past and Present Partick Last year I took myself on a tour of Maryhill in Glasgow, guided by old photographs. As I moved home away from Maryhill when I was 12 years old I thought it was time to come up to date and do the same thing around Patrick where I stay now. As before my plan was to search out some old photographs and see what changes have occurred since they were taken. What was immediately obvious was that the past century has been less cruel to Partick than it has…
Urban Ghosts Media is coming soon
Merkland Street Station is the only abandoned ghost station on the Glasgow District Subway underground railway network, opened in 1896 and closed in 1977
The entrance to the Glasgow Underground's Hillhead Station in Byres Road, 1962. The station entrance was located in a row of shops. It was rebuilt during the renovation of the Underground in 1977-1980. Reproduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Museums
70's, 80's West End Nostalgia Photos...
Does anyone have pictures of Byres Road during the 1970s / 1980s era ?If so, would you upload them on here ? Are there any pictures of this sort already on here somewhere ?