Main Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow, 1914. The 1/7th (Blythswood) Battalion Highland Light Infantry recruiting at their headquarters in Bridgeton at 92 Main Street. Fabulous photo capturing the excitement of the occasion, sweethearts and wives, smiling, excited. See the woman holding the baby in the tartan shawl- something the Glasgow women did right into the 1960's.
The skull above is the skull of Robert the Bruce, otherwise known as Robert I, King of the Scots (reigned 1306-1329). Well, kinda. It’s actually a plaster cast of the skull of Robert the Bruce, which sits on display in the Hunterian Museum, in the Main Building of the University of Glasgow. His actual skull, along with his body, lies in the Dunfermline Abbey in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. His heart, on the other hand, is buried at Melrose Abbey, encased in lead.
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