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Glasgow Tenement Blocks – 1969-72

EYES THROUGH TIME From 1969 to 1972, photographer Nick Hedges took pictures of life in the old Glasgow tenement blocks. Nick was hired by housing charity Shelter to travel round England and Scotland documenting the lives of families living in slum and squalor. Is this you or someone you know in these pictures? At the

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Tower Records Back in Business

Glasgow Eyes Legendary music  chain Tower Records is set  to relaunch as an online store - 14 years after it disappeared off the high street. At its peak the chain - famous for its iconic iconic red and yellow sign - had over 200 stores across the globe, including a huge shop on Argyle Street next to the

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Eyes Through Time

Glasgow Eyes Eyes Through Time It's an eerie image that on first sight looks like the scene from a real-life disaster or a photo taken from the set of a blockbuster Hollywood movie. And such was the level of attention to detail of the mock air disaster that took over a Glasgow street that people

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Eyes Through Time / Cranhill Arts Project

Glasgow Eyes Magazine Documenting Glasgow Glasgow Eyes series called Eyes Through Time takes back to to 90s with our good friends at Cranhill Arts Helen Magarvie's Metro Helen Magarvie's Metro 1993 Cranhill Arts Project have a history of organising large scale projects for Glaswegians involving photography. Way back in 1990 the Out of the Biscuit

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