This on-line archive provides a selection of these photographs that are "a record of Glasgow through photographs of its people - their lives, habits, quirks and cultures."
The images are organized into topical albums, such as "Things You Don't See Anymore" where aspects of Glasgow that have disappeared or been altered in the sixteen years since the photographs were taken are displayed.
These lost Glaswegian sights include orange and black buses, smoking in pubs, and getting pissed.
Or Nice Glaswegian Ladies, which is exactly what it says on the tin.
Another album, Protest and survive, shows just how hated the Poll Tax was with Glaswegians and goes on to group celebrations like May Day and the release of Nelson Mandela with other political campaigns. Visitors can sign up for an account in order to tag photos, and with or without an account, it's possible to search or browse by existing tags.
In this flickrista age, why is there not an archive of every town in the UK, with taggable pictures and the ability to build the stories told by the pictures? Make a local PiciWiki and grow the knowledge.