Two competing views of Taylor Street, in Townhead, separated by 64 years, and two different techniques.
David Young Cameron's 1891 etching captures the top of the street, and a few of the local worthies, when thatch was still considered a suitable roofing material.
Bert Hardy's 1955 photograph, for Picture Post, captures all the scuffing wellies boredom of a wet wander to the shops with your mum. The Top o' the Hill pub, on a corner site, had two different addresses; 2 Ronald Street and 83a Taylor Street.
Today, although a section of Taylor Street still exists, the area has been so battered about by demolition and the expansion of the Strathclyde University campus, it's almost impossible to place this near-forgotten corner on a modern map.