ANOTHER Glasgow street was today being transformed with a retro look ahead of more Indiana Jones filming next week. 

Our eagle-eyed photographer spotted crew members transforming properties on Parnie Street, in the Merchant City, into 1960s themed shops, complete with a traditional newstand. 

A makeshift tailors and catering company also appear to be among the businesses set to feature in the background of the fifth Indy flick, which is currently being filmed on Glasgow's St Vincent Street. 

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And while those on set were remaining tight lipped today, the likes Parnie Street and King Street have both been announced as closing next to allow film crews to take over. 

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It comes amid St Vincent Street's transformation this week for the filming of the as of yet unnamed fifth Indiana Jones, starring Harrison Ford. A host of A-listers have been spotted in Glasgow on the set in recent days, including Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Glasgow Times:

As we exclusively revealed last week, the area has been done up to look like a 1960s ticker tape parade to welcome home the Apollo 11 astronauts, complete with American flags and all the usual regalia. 

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