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Old Shawlands and Newlands
by Sandra Malcolm
Horses, carts, trams, a few pedestrians and the odd bicycle appear in this wee book on these two, adjacent, Glasgow southside districts. It’s...more
£10.00 

Tradeston to Govan in the 70s
by Peter Mortimer and Duncan McCallum
The latest volume in the series of Glasgow books featuring Duncan McCallum's 1970s photographs of a de-industrialised and worn out Glasgow accompanied...more
£10.00 

Good and Safe Wee Railway – The Story of the Glasgow & South Western
by A. J. Mullay
Readable short history of the Scottish railway company which did what the name suggested and covered south and west of Glasgow to the Ayrshire Coast...more
£10.00 

David Dale – A Life
by David J. McLaren
'Here if ever, a tribute of respect and admiration is due to departed worth.' These words appeared in Dale's obituary notice in The Glasgow Courier on...more
£25.00 

David Dale – A Life
by David J. McLaren
'Here if ever, a tribute of respect and admiration is due to departed worth.' These words appeared in Dale's obituary notice in The Glasgow Courier on...more
£40.00 

Central Glasgow in the 70s
by Peter Mortimer and Duncan McCallum
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£16.95 

The Gorbals and Oatlands A New History Volume 4: Oatlands and General Conclusions
by Ronald P.A. Smith
Volume 4 could be dubbed ‘Oatlands and Epilogue’ . It is mainly about Oatlands, looking at the history of this often-overlooked area before again...more
£16.00 

The Gorbals and Oatlands A New History Volume 1: The Gorbals of Old
by Ronald P.A. Smith
In four volumes this new history of the Gorbals and Oatlands covers the area’s development, redevelopments and regeneration. This well-written book is...more
£16.00 

The Gorbals and Oatlands A New History Volume 2: Redevelopment and its Aftermath
by Ronald P.A. Smith
Volume 2 could be dubbed ‘The Fall of the Gorbals’ and covers the post-war period when the area was comprehensively ‘redeveloped’ by town planners...more
£16.00 

The Gorbals and Oatlands A New History Volume 3: An Example to be Followed
by Ronald P.A. Smith
Volume 3 has an evangelical feel to it and could be nicknamed ‘Born Again’ and takes the story into the 1990s. Appropriately this volume has a chapter...more
£16.00 

Up Sauchie doon Buckie
by Andrew Stuart
This is a new revised edition of the late Andrew Stuart’s classic Glasgow city centre book about the city’s three most famous streets. The sequence of...more
£9.00 

Glasgow’s East End in the 70s from Gallowgate and London Road to Parkhead and Camlachie
by Peter Mortimer and Duncan McCallum
This is a collaboration between Glaswegian Peter Mortimer who has written the text and photographer Duncan McCallum who took these wonderful but...more
£14.95 

The Gorbals in the 70s
by Peter Mortimer and Duncan McCallum
We published Eric Eunson's The Gorbals an Illustrated History in 1996 and it has been one of the most popular titles we've ever published. The...more
£14.95 

Townhead in the 70s
by Peter Mortimer and Duncan McCallum
Townhead is the oldest part of Glasgow and is the site of Glasgow Cathedral dedicated to St.Kentigern also known as St Mungo, and Glasgow's oldest...more
£9.00 

Pleasures of the Firth Two Hundred Years of the Clyde Steamers
by Andrew Clark
In August of 1812, the Clyde's first steamer was launched. Named 'The Comet' after a meteor that had caused quite a stir the previous year, she...more
£40.00 

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