IT IS all change at Pollok Park at the moment, with transport to and from the area very much on everyone’s minds.

Plans to make it much more bike- and pedestrian-friendly, with less emphasis on cars, are full steam ahead.

Perhaps we should take a leaf out of 1992’s book – here, horse-and-cart travel was all the rage at the southside park, home to the Burrell Collection, Pollok House, a herd of Highland Cattle and more.

Liz Mulligan, a then parks and recreation employee, had recently passed her driving test (that is, to drive a horse and carriage) and was getting in some practice to the bemusement of this passing couple…

Glasgow Times: Architects in 1994

In 1994, four Glasgow architects were celebrating having won a building design competition a little different from anything they might come up with in their day jobs.

The team from Davis Duncan Partnership – Fiona Black, Craig Govan, Gavin Bruce and Calum McCallum – were given 90 minutes and 16,000 LEGO bricks to come up with the best creation and their friendly lion helped them win a place in the grand final.

Glasgow Times: Buchanan Street, 1950

And in this shot looking south on Buchanan Street in 1950, you can just see the old Evening Times and Glasgow Herald (now Glasgow Times and The Herald) offices.

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We have had a few homes in our time, most recently in the ultra-modern glass block at the top of Renfield Street and now in an elegant former villa on Bath Street.

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