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Eyes Through Time

Eyes Through Time The beautiful Toledo Cinema in Clarkston Road, Muirend, 1934. The Spanish-American style building was created by William Beresford Inglis (who also designed the Beresford Hotel in Sauchiehall Street) and opened in 1933. It served southsiders well until it finally closed its doors in 2001. The site was converted into flats but the

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TRNSMT will finally return to Glasgow

GLASGOW EYES MUSIC / EVENTS / TRNSMT cinch presents TRNSMT will finally return to Glasgow Green from 10th – 12th September, following a year without live music in Scotland, for a festival weekend like no other! Article Source: cinch presents TRNSMT First Published: 23 June 2021 10:33 Updated: 23 June 2021 10:33 cinch presents TRNSMT Festival are

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Documenting Glasgow

  Stood at the head of Castle Street opposite Glasgow Cathedral is one of the city’s most interesting buildings, the Provand’s Lordship. Built in 1471 as part of St Nicholas’s hospital, it is often cited as the oldest house in Glasgow, though some claim this distinction should be handed to Easterhouse’s Provan Hall instead, as

By |2021-06-28T11:14:51+00:00June 28th, 2021|Categories: Documenting Glasgow|Comments Off on Documenting Glasgow

Cranhill Arts Project

Glasgow Family Album Talking Pictures  Every family has old family photos – the pictures we keep and treasure.   In March 2010, Cranhill Arts with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Glasgow Community Planning Partnership, launched our innovative Glasgow Family Album. An on-line photographic archive, showcasing thousands of photographs taken and collected by Glaswegians over

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Eyes Through Time

EYES THROUGH TIME SERIES Old Queens Dock site at Finnieston 1980s   Cranhill Arts are organising what will be the biggest family album of our photos. All over Glasgow people are looking out their favourite family photos and bringing them to be scanned, archived and added to this growing collection. Together, these make

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All Eyes on Eric Watt

ALL EYES ON ERIC WATT ALL EYES ON ERIC WATT A new book, Coming Into View: Eric Watt's Photographs of Glasgow, is an evocative collection of almost 100 images, revealing different aspects of the city he grew up in, through a period of great change. Glasgow has changed beyond recognition since the late 1950’s, as

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