It's take me back Tuesday and we thought what better way to celebrate than to have a look at one of Glasgow’s busiest shopping streets through the years.

Sauchiehall Street has such a rich history and over the past century it has changed a lot. That's why we've had a look through our picture archives to show you just how different it once was.

From the 1930s to 2016, shops have come and gone, and many important events have taken place. For example, pictured above is the 1959 march, consisting of about 4000 people, protesting against the H-bomb.

Read more: Remember Loudoun Castle? The derelict theme park looks very different now

Sauchiehall Street has also been home to many notable buildings such as the Beresford Hotel (Glasgow’s first “skyscraper”), built in an Art Deco style in 1938 for the Empire Exhibition, which is now divided into flats.

The Glasgow Empire Theatre was also on the famous street, and its final curtain closed in 1963.

Click on our picture gallery above to take a trip down memory lane.