An inebriated Englishman has just got off the train at St. Enoch Station and is asking a cabbie to show him around the city. Naturally, the cabbie is happy to oblige and the visitor gets to see Glasgow first hand.
The song “I Belong to Glasgow” made its composer Will Fyffe famous. A native of Dundee, he recalled that his inspiration for the song came from meeting a drunk at Glasgow Central Station. I can certainly relate to that, having had the same experience.
This is a British Transport Film produced in 1963, just missing the trams by one year. Developed from an idea by Jack House, it stars Phil McCall as the taxi driver and Wally Campbell as the visitor.
Watch out for the man celebrating a goal in style at the Old Firm game.