Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The demolition of the iconic Red Road flats, in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland, on Sunday, 11 October 2015. Credit:  jeremy sutton-hibbert/Alamy Live News
RMF3PN34Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The demolition of the iconic Red Road flats, in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland, on Sunday, 11 October 2015. Credit: jeremy sutton-hibbert/Alamy Live News
Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. At 3.15pm on Sunday 11 October the Red Road Flats, Glasgow were brought down by controlled explosions. About 2500 local residents were  evacuated from the surrounding houses as a safety measure during the demolition. After the explosions it was obvious that only 4 of the housing blocks had fully collapsed and 2 remained partially demolished. It is planned to have the two towers demolished conventionally on Monday 12 October. It is estimated that over 10000 spectators watched the demolition. Credit:  Findlay/Alamy Live News
RMF3PTB1Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. At 3.15pm on Sunday 11 October the Red Road Flats, Glasgow were brought down by controlled explosions. About 2500 local residents were evacuated from the surrounding houses as a safety measure during the demolition. After the explosions it was obvious that only 4 of the housing blocks had fully collapsed and 2 remained partially demolished. It is planned to have the two towers demolished conventionally on Monday 12 October. It is estimated that over 10000 spectators watched the demolition. Credit: Findlay/Alamy Live News
Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The last remaining Red Road flats are demolished in a controlled explosion on October 11, 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland. The 1960s blocks were once the tallest high rise blocks in Europe and were initially hailed as a welcome solution to Glasgows overcrowded slums. Credit:  Sam Kovak/Alamy Live News
RMF3PN39Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The last remaining Red Road flats are demolished in a controlled explosion on October 11, 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland. The 1960s blocks were once the tallest high rise blocks in Europe and were initially hailed as a welcome solution to Glasgows overcrowded slums. Credit: Sam Kovak/Alamy Live News
Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. At 3.15pm on Sunday 11 October the Red Road Flats, Glasgow were brought down by controlled explosions. About 2500 local residents were  evacuated from the surrounding houses as a safety measure during the demolition. After the explosions it was obvious that only 4 of the housing blocks had fully collapsed and 2 remained partially demolished. It is planned to have the two towers demolished conventionally on Monday 12 October. It is estimated that over 10000 spectators watched the demolition. Credit:  Findlay/Alamy Live News
RMF3PTAKGlasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. At 3.15pm on Sunday 11 October the Red Road Flats, Glasgow were brought down by controlled explosions. About 2500 local residents were evacuated from the surrounding houses as a safety measure during the demolition. After the explosions it was obvious that only 4 of the housing blocks had fully collapsed and 2 remained partially demolished. It is planned to have the two towers demolished conventionally on Monday 12 October. It is estimated that over 10000 spectators watched the demolition. Credit: Findlay/Alamy Live News
Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The last remaining Red Road flats are demolished in a controlled explosion on October 11, 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland. The 1960s blocks were once the tallest high rise blocks in Europe and were initially hailed as a welcome solution to Glasgows overcrowded slums. Credit:  Sam Kovak/Alamy Live News
RMF3PMNNGlasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The last remaining Red Road flats are demolished in a controlled explosion on October 11, 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland. The 1960s blocks were once the tallest high rise blocks in Europe and were initially hailed as a welcome solution to Glasgows overcrowded slums. Credit: Sam Kovak/Alamy Live News
Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The demolition of the iconic Red Road flats, in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland, on Sunday, 11 October 2015. Credit:  jeremy sutton-hibbert/Alamy Live News
RMF3PN4EGlasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The demolition of the iconic Red Road flats, in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland, on Sunday, 11 October 2015. Credit: jeremy sutton-hibbert/Alamy Live News
Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. At 3.15pm on Sunday 11 October the Red Road Flats, Glasgow were brought down by controlled explosions. About 2500 local residents were  evacuated from the surrounding houses as a safety measure during the demolition. After the explosions it was obvious that only 4 of the housing blocks had fully collapsed and 2 remained partially demolished. It is planned to have the two towers demolished conventionally on Monday 12 October. It is estimated that over 10000 spectators watched the demolition. Credit:  Findlay/Alamy Live News
RMF3PTCJGlasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. At 3.15pm on Sunday 11 October the Red Road Flats, Glasgow were brought down by controlled explosions. About 2500 local residents were evacuated from the surrounding houses as a safety measure during the demolition. After the explosions it was obvious that only 4 of the housing blocks had fully collapsed and 2 remained partially demolished. It is planned to have the two towers demolished conventionally on Monday 12 October. It is estimated that over 10000 spectators watched the demolition. Credit: Findlay/Alamy Live News
Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The last remaining Red Road flats are demolished in a controlled explosion on October 11, 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland. The 1960s blocks were once the tallest high rise blocks in Europe and were initially hailed as a welcome solution to Glasgows overcrowded slums. Credit:  Sam Kovak/Alamy Live News
RMF3PMPEGlasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The last remaining Red Road flats are demolished in a controlled explosion on October 11, 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland. The 1960s blocks were once the tallest high rise blocks in Europe and were initially hailed as a welcome solution to Glasgows overcrowded slums. Credit: Sam Kovak/Alamy Live News
Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The demolition of the iconic Red Road flats, in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland, on Sunday, 11 October 2015. Credit:  jeremy sutton-hibbert/Alamy Live News
RMF3PN3RGlasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The demolition of the iconic Red Road flats, in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland, on Sunday, 11 October 2015. Credit: jeremy sutton-hibbert/Alamy Live News
Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. At 3.15pm on Sunday 11 October the Red Road Flats, Glasgow were brought down by controlled explosions. About 2500 local residents were  evacuated from the surrounding houses as a safety measure during the demolition. After the explosions it was obvious that only 4 of the housing blocks had fully collapsed and 2 remained partially demolished. It is planned to have the two towers demolished conventionally on Monday 12 October. It is estimated that over 10000 spectators watched the demolition. Credit:  Findlay/Alamy Live News
RMF3PTBFGlasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. At 3.15pm on Sunday 11 October the Red Road Flats, Glasgow were brought down by controlled explosions. About 2500 local residents were evacuated from the surrounding houses as a safety measure during the demolition. After the explosions it was obvious that only 4 of the housing blocks had fully collapsed and 2 remained partially demolished. It is planned to have the two towers demolished conventionally on Monday 12 October. It is estimated that over 10000 spectators watched the demolition. Credit: Findlay/Alamy Live News
Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The demolition of the iconic Red Road flats, in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland, on Sunday, 11 October 2015. Credit:  jeremy sutton-hibbert/Alamy Live News
RMF3PN3KGlasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. The demolition of the iconic Red Road flats, in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland, on Sunday, 11 October 2015. Credit: jeremy sutton-hibbert/Alamy Live News
Glasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. At 3.15pm on Sunday 11 October the Red Road Flats, Glasgow were brought down by controlled explosions. About 2500 local residents were  evacuated from the surrounding houses as a safety measure during the demolition. After the explosions it was obvious that only 4 of the housing blocks had fully collapsed and 2 remained partially demolished. It is planned to have the two towers demolished conventionally on Monday 12 October. It is estimated that over 10000 spectators watched the demolition. Credit:  Findlay/Alamy Live News
RMF3PTCTGlasgow, UK. 11th Oct, 2015. At 3.15pm on Sunday 11 October the Red Road Flats, Glasgow were brought down by controlled explosions. About 2500 local residents were evacuated from the surrounding houses as a safety measure during the demolition. After the explosions it was obvious that only 4 of the housing blocks had fully collapsed and 2 remained partially demolished. It is planned to have the two towers demolished conventionally on Monday 12 October. It is estimated that over 10000 spectators watched the demolition. Credit: Findlay/Alamy Live News