Two constables stand at the corner of Shaw Street and the Govan Road, below the all-seeing eye of the camera on the pole next to them. It swivels around all night, watching proceedings, east, west, north and south.
In the warm summer night, a young gent helps Police with their enquiries.
The heat gets more intense in this blurry photo of the sid, dressed in black leather jaikets. In the close mooth, they question a chap, one talking into a walkie-talkie and the other writing in a wee notebook. The interrogated is thin as a stick, skin like parchment stretched to its limits over his face.N.B. Mounted polis were in also in attendance but they were down at Howat Street and too far away for ma camera.