We're back in West Nile Street today, with a glimpse of two of Glasgow's big names in the wet fish business, Thomas Anderson, and Sawers.

Anderson's was famous for its window displays of fish and game, while the main Sawers branch, down in Howard Street, was renowned for its fancy, fishy tiling, and for being the only fish shop with a licence, so you could enjoy a pint of stout, or a glass of Champagne with your oysters.

Sawers had started out in the ice business, before moving into the fish trade.

Even those lorries are a local, a couple of Albions, built down on South Street, in Scotstoun.

Today, the old Anderson's shop is a Starbucks.