No I don’t know either, but this IS Auld Ruggie and it may have something to do with Tracey Emin!
As you can see by the poster, this is the traditional day out for the weans, at least their parents will know where they are when they are out!
And here we have the wide open thoroughfares that have that smack of Chicago, Salem’s Lot or Elm Street
And talking of smack this is where you buy it. For full details see our appropriately named e-steamed poster
But of course no picture of the little hamlet is complete without The Town hall (suitably cropped to remove the flapping union flag)
But with a last look at …..’ The Bridge on the River …..WHY?’
….we must wave bye bye and so it is with a heavy heart, lighter wallet, a major whooppee that civilisation and sanity is sighted and regained. Fairwell Rutherglen I shall miss the 1930s fashions, varicose veins and demob posters….but I’ll be back ….with suitable injections this time. 🙂