WHO remembers this little playground on Dunaskin Street in Partick?

The bars look a little grim (our photographer captioned the shot, taken in 1976, ‘playground – or is it a prison?’) but these children were having a fine time.

This part of Partick was famous for its mills, including the huge Rank Hovis one on Dunaskin Street itself, which produced flour for its Duke Street factory.

Now transformed into student accommodation, the mill once stood at the heart of a thriving community of workers and their families (some may remember it as Newton Street.)

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Glasgow Times: Fishmarket 1977

Back in 1977, our photographers captured this shot of John Fauld, 81, who had worked in the Glasgow Fishmarket for 65 years, in action.

The city’s fishmarket has moved around over the years – way back, in the 1750s, it was at Candleriggs, then the Broomielaw, and by 1853 it was at Glasgow Green on the Clyde between Albert Bridge and the weir.

In 1867 it moved again, to Great Clyde Street. At this time fish was also for sale at Queens Street Goods Station where the supplies of fish were unloaded - many of the fish merchants had stances at the station.

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In 1872 it moved to the city centre between Clyde Street and Bridgegate where it remained until 1977, when it relocated to a purpose-built unit at Blochairn, the only inland fish market in Scotland.

Our final photo today is a cheery shot of the Corkerhill Pensioners’ Club in 1988.

Glasgow Times: Corkerhill Pensioners 1988

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