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Police vans

A fleet of six Thorneycroft police vans and their drivers outside the Central Police Office in Low Green Street (now Turnbull Street), St Andrew's Square, 1931. Opened in 1906 and designed by the City Engineer A B McDonald, the building now houses the Glasgow Police Museum.

Reference: PP.1984.29

Reporduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Museums

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Black Marias, Central Police Office, drivers, Glasgow Police Museum, museums, police officers, police stations, police vehicles, policemen, St Andrew's Square, Thorneycroft vans



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