Glasgow has gone under quite the modernisation in the last few decades, if you could record a timelapse of the city progressing across the last 30 years you would be astounded. One thing that hasn’t and will never change is the passion and spirit that lies within the heart of the Glaswegian people.

Come with us as we take a look back at Glasgow during the decade that the city awoke from its slumber…The 1980’s

Castlemilk Shopping Arcade 1983

Lager Lovelies @ Garden Festival 1988

Duke of Wellington Late 1980’s, (What a beautiful variety of bunnets.)

Primal Scream 1983

 

Glasgow Garden Festival; Gary and Debbie Murray 1988

Mayfair, Sauchiehall Street 1980’s (Now The Garage)

Barrs Factory 1985(ish)

Janice Docherty 1985

Jesus and the Mary Chain 1983

Union Street 1989’s

Royston Towerblocks & Garngad

 

Simple Minds Live @ Glasgow City Halls 1980

Glasgow Central 1987(ish)

Paddy’s Market 1980’s

Clyde Walkway 1983/1984

Queen Street Station 1985

Lambert and Butler, Queen St; Late 80’s