The defunct Glasgow Central Railway line left behind a trail of stations, tunnels, shafts, cuttings and bridges throughout west Glasgow: a playground for children and gallery for graffiti artists.
A cycle ride to the outer edges of Glasgow finds stones, myths, floating saints, plane twitchers and echoes of one of London’s strangest landmarks.
Unpeeling the layers of history in east Glasgow; a path of music and art; and a character who opened a massage parlour called Sheik-Ma-Tadger.
A lunch hour cycle ride through south Glasgow exploring an abandoned football ground, a statue, a neglected necropolis and a ruined church. Not forgetting a 1950s moral panic about a vampire.
Now a street in London’s lost history, Holywell Street was a narrow alleyway once notorious for radical politics and erotica…
The sad tale of the decline of Glasgow’s Egyptian Halls, a city centre listed building designed by Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson.
Exploring a lost wilderness in the city – a sanctuary for strange characters, fly-tip art and foraging.
A panda down an alleyway. A dalek rusting at the bottom of the Clyde. Abstract geometry in a garden. It’s the wonderful world of Glasgow street and graffiti art.
Behind a ramshackled row of abandoned buildings lie a warren of cavernous chambers and galleries of graffiti art.
This stretch of the River Clyde’s waterfront is a shiny chrome new world that has displaced a crumbling concrete old one.