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In pictures: East end 2014 views

Sandra Findlay

Sandra Findlay, 57, has run an east end dairy for 24 years and may have to make way for the athlete's village

Artist's impression of the Athlete's Village (courtesy of Designive/Glasgow 2014)

An artist's impression of the athlete's village to be built on woodland near the River Clyde

Proposed site of the Athlete's Village in Dalmarnock

The proposed site of the athlete's village in Dalmarnock - the homes would be sold off after the Games

Site of the proposed Velodrome and National Indoor Sports Arena

The proposed site of the velodrome and National Indoor Sports Arena, south of Celtic Park

An artist's impression of the proposed Velodrome (courtesy of Designive/Glasgow 2014)

An artist's impression of the proposed velodrome, which would only be built if Glasgow wins the Games

Derek Golding

Derek Golding, 40, said he had received assurances the costs of staging the Games would not rise

National Indoor Sports Arena (courtesy of Designive/Glasgow 2014)

A National Indoor Sports Arena which will be built irrespective of Glasgow's bid to host the Games

Swimming

Tollcross Leisure Centre, in the east end, would be extended to create a warm-up pool and seating for 5,500 spectators

Lee-Anne Wilson

Lee-Anne Wilson said it was vital the east end has facilities for families and healthy activities for children






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