Traveling Voices

Traveling Voices

An audio history of Glasgow Central Station

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About

March 12, 2012

Traveling Voices provides passengers with an audio history regarding the life of the Station and the people who interact with it.

Listen to the stories of how the Station was built, the famous faces who have passed through its gates and the role it has played in the life of the city.

The audio is narrated throughout by Paul Lyons, Customer Services Assistant, Central Station.

Traveling Voices is produced by Andrew Smillie @Sheriffbrody and is a Crabbit Sparra Production.

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The three tracks, and the wider site, use within them material that was created from the work of others. As such this material will be referenced accordingly below:

Music Bed: ‘See You Later’, by Pitx Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.

Glasgow Central photos: These photos are copyright of the author, but we recognise that ownership of the copyright of these pictures is unclear and we have not been able to establish ownership, so if someone can prove ownership we would be pleased to hear from them.

German Bomber picture by Spieth

Rudolf Hess picture by Author Unknown

John F Kennedy picture by Cecil Stoughton, White House

Benny Lynch picture by Author Unknown

John F Kennedy Audio

Neville Chamberlain audio

Spitfire Audio by Mattew Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Laurel and Hardy picture Author Unknown

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