The Barras: Glasgow’s famous market is 100 years old, but is there a future for it?

YOU must have been there. You must have walked up and down through the furniture and the antiques and the clothes and the LPs and the jewellery and the ornaments and the paintings and everything else you can think of. You must have enjoyed the patter of the traders, you must have stopped for a burger or a crepe or a cup of tea, you must have picked up something at some point for a suspiciously low price. And you must have seen the giant letters all lit up in reds and greens and yellows and surro

The Barras: Glasgow’s famous market is 100 years old, but is there a future for it?
YOU must have been there. You must have walked up and down through the furniture and the antiques and the clothes and the LPs and the jewellery and the ornaments and the paintings and everything else you can think of. You must have enjoyed the patter of the traders, you must have stopped for a burger or a crepe or a cup of tea, you must have picked up something at some point for a suspiciously low price. And you must have seen the giant letters all lit up in reds and greens and yellows and surro