One of Glasgow's main shopping streets has changed a lot through the years.

Buchanan Street in the 70s, 80s and 90s - 13 pictures that show how much Glasgow has changed

Occupying a half mile stretch of the city centre, Buchanan Street has enjoyed its status as one of Glasgow’s premier shopping streets for well over a century.

Filled with a range of upmarket stores, shopping centres, tearooms and restaurants, the street was among the first in Scotland to be almost fully pedestrianised and is home to a number of Glasgow landmarks, including the Royal Concert Hall, Buchanan Galleries and the famous statue of late First Minister Donald Dewar. We take a look at 13 photographs covering the last few decades of the street’s history and beyond.

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