Birds eye view of our national stadium
This stunning snap of Scotland’s national football stadium also gives a birds eye view of part of the Reformer’s circulation area.
The image was captured by George Armstrong, who was flying over Hampden in a helicopter for his job with Scottish Fire and Rescue.
Although the focus is on the stadium, Toryglen Asda and the national football centre can be seen clearly to the left of the picture.
From there, you can follow Prospecthill Road all the way to Toryglen and into Rutherglen with the Main Street barely visible at the very top.
To the right of Hampden are the streets of King’s Park and Bankhead.
The M74 extension is clearly visible at the top of the picture.
Our thanks go to George for letting us share this cracking picture with our readers.
Shot George Armstrong’s stunning shot of the Hampden area