Three youngsters smile happily for the camera as they set off to cash in their empty ‘ginger’ bottles.
The striking image was captured in the 1970s and is part of a revealing new photographic study which has opened in the city.
Scotland Street Museum is hosting, The Glesga I Used to Know, which features 84 photographs from 40 years ago.
They were taken through the 70s as part of three photographic surveys led by Partick Camera Club.
In all 800 photographs were taken and these now form part of Glasgow’s museums collection.
They show the city at a time of great change and provide a reminder of what life was like for children, factory workers and housewives.
The images reflect home life, work and play and include images of The Barras, Glasgow Green and the now vanished Paddy’s Market.
Accompanying the exhibition is a book of photos from the surveys, called, 1970s Glasgow Through the Lens.
George Redmond, chairman of Glasgow Life, which runs the city’s museums, said: “These images tell the story of our great city when many of us were growing up