Glasgow is a spectacular city, if you ask a Glaswegian, what their fondest, earliest or longest lasting memory of the city they grew up in, each individual will answer something completely different, welcoming to all, strong, resilient but equally fierce.

Come with us as we take a look back at Glasgow during the decade of the 1970’s.

London Road, April 1973

Glasgow Cross Station, April 1973

Fourways, Abercromby Street, Gallowgate

Peggy Seaton, George Square

Bill Keys, Society of Graphical Allied Trade Protest

Charing Cross 1978

Tenement Life, 1970’s

Govanhill Bar 1970’s

Tony Benn & UCS Stewards, 1971

Billy Connolly, Glasgow Apollo, September 1975

Glasgow Shipyards “Work In” Protest, 1971

George Johnston, 16th October 1971

Parliamentary Road, Sauchiehall Street, September 1976

Coia’s Cafe, Duke Street, September 1977

The Fruitmarket, Bell Street, Merchant City, August 1975

Sighthill & Pinkston Power Station, May 1972

Cathcart Road, June 1975