Seamed stockings, peerie heels, and a mackintosh over her head - this glam Glasgow girl wasn't about to let a downpour damage her 'do'. It's 1952, and she's crossing the cobbles of a rain-lashed Argyle Street, heading for St Enoch Square. You can see the Subway station in the distance. The wee glazed building on the right was Glasgow's first tourist Information office.
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