A YOUNG Indiana Jones fan left “blown away” by the Hollywood blockbuster’s Glasgow film set was treated to a special behind-the-scenes tour.

Executives on the set were so impressed when they spotted Isla Neil’s Indy costume in the crowd they brought her behind the barriers for a look around.

Dad Alastair Neil couldn’t believe their luck and said his daughter was thrilled by the experience.

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Alastair said: “I took her to the Indiana Jones set last week where she saw the chase scene and was blown away.

"So, I had an idea to make an Indy costume for her and get some shots on the set.

“Last night when we turned up, they were running late with filming.

“We were just walking around, getting great comments, then a couple of executives saw her and asked if she had seen what was happening.

“They said, ‘Come with us’, and took us behind the barriers for a quick look at the on set filming.

“She was thrilled to see the set with the actors in American police uniforms. She said, ‘Wow, that's so cool’.”

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The father-daughter duo from Mansewood were spotted having a photoshoot near the set – with little Isla wearing Harrison Ford’s famous ensemble.

The pair were waved over by studio executives and invited behind the barriers for a look around.

Isla had her photo taken with extras on set and was given a Mickey Mouse balloon used in the parade scene to take home.

Alastair has a keen interest in cosplay and has taken part in the performance art for around five years – and has passed his love for the hobby onto his daughter.

The 52-year-old said: “We both do a lot of cosplay together and have done for a few years now.

“I’ve been going to comic cons for over 30 years and took Isla to her first one when she was three years old.

“She saw the characters and wanted to dress up, so we went together and it's become a regular thing. She loves it."

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The father and daughter are planning to take some more snaps this weekend, but this time dad Alastair will dress up as Indiana Jones’ father Henry Jones Sr – a character made famous by the late Sean Connery.

They aren’t the only ones taking in the glamour, with crowds of fans, celeb-spotters and photographers gathering around the set over the past week.

Streets in the city centre have been transformed into a replica of 1969 New York for filming of the flick starring Harrison Ford, Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Narcos star Boyd Holbrook.

It's understood the scenes shot in Glasgow will be set against the backdrop of the parade held in the Big Apple to welcome back the Apollo 11 astronauts after landing on the moon.