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Evening Times - - NEWS - Wreck­ing ball and then be lost for­ever to be re­placed by some­thing far blander. SADLY this has to hap­pen to move with the mod­ern time for em­ploy­ment and to bring busi­ness to Glas­gow and Scot­land. We live more in a world-wide trade/busi­ness to­day. THE curr

The Evening Times Cam­era Club is look­ing for new mem­bers. Join our closed Face­book group to share your im­ages, sub­mit pic­tures for pub­li­ca­tion on in the Evening Times, and get ac­cess to free mas­ter­class events with our staff pho­tog­ra­phers.

Colin S

An­drew McCusker

An­drew Burns

Wil­liam Boyd

ABOUT time the city started build­ing up­wards. Only taken city plan­ners half a cen­tury to catch up with the mod­ern world.

As to those who say the orig­i­nal build­ing is pretty are delu­sional, it’s a stan­dard con­crete block with no sig­nif­i­cance.

I just wish they’d build ac­tual hous­ing in the city cen­tre bound­aries.

John Smith

Mark Cal­lan­der cap­tured this pic­ture of Lochan na h-Ach­laise and the Black Mount moun­tain range Ger­rard Ward’s spec­tac­u­lar shot of Ar­den House at Loch Lomond Cameron Mac­don­ald took this great pic­ture of thirsty horses step­ping in for a drink

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