Further reading and sources of information

Brophy, K 2019 Urban prehistoric enclosures: empty spaces / busy places. In CJ Campbell, A Giovene and J Keating (eds) Empty spaces: perspectives on emptiness in modern history. IHR Conference Series, London. Pages 181-203. Online open access version here

Brophy, K, Green, H & Welfare, A The last days of the Sighthill stones, British Archaeology magazine July August 2014, 44-49.

Glasgow Motorway Archive (2021) Completing the North Flank: Woodside Section. Online

Glenday, J (and Tom Manley) 2013 Full circle. Sighthill. Urban Realm October 2013. Online

Kirby, M. 2016. Geotechnical Site Investigation Works Port Dundas Canal Basin Forth and Clyde Canal Glasgow - Archaeological Watching Brief. CFA Archaeology Ltd. Online

Leslie, C 2016 Disappearing Glasgow. A photographic journey. Glasgow: Freight Books.

Lunan, D 2013 The stones and the stars: Building Scotland’s newest megalith. Springer.

Maver, I 2004 Modern Times: 1950s to The Present Day: Neighbourhoods. The Glasgow Story

The University of Edinburgh (2016) Tower Block: Sighthill, Phase 1A. Online

Paton, K. 2016 Broomhill House and Steading, Sighthill, Glasgow: Archaeological Evaluation and Excavation Data Structure Report. AOC Archaeology Ltd. Online

Reppion, J 2014 Stones in the city. Fortean Times 319, 42-47.

Urban Realm 2013 Full circle.

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