THE Always the game The filming locations look unrecognizable, just three years after the hit series ended.
Stevie’s bookies are falling apart, while Navid’s shop and cafe look totally different when the window is undressed.
HARRID’S convenience store was the setting for some of the show‘s most memorable scenes, with Navid and his long-suffering wife Meena at the center of the action.
The filming location is located in the Townhead area of Glasgow, close to Buchanan bus station.
It comes after Sanjeev Kohli, who played the Craiglang shopkeeper, said he was “ready and ready” for another round of the Scottish sitcom.
And we’ve already told how actress Shamshad Akhtar, who plays Meena, needed medical attention after falling ill.
THE PARK BENCH
JACK and Victor were famous for their outings and when a heat wave hit Craiglang the fight was on for the best spot in Victoria Park.
Unfortunately, in recent months, green spaces have been plagued by a series of vandalisms, with cops stepping up patrols in the area.
Inspector Kenny Robertson said: “We take this type of crime seriously and investigations are underway to find those responsible.”
The main hub for nosy Isa to catch up on her gossip was the Rendezvous Cafe.
However, viewers will also remember it as the location where Auld Wullie shot a younger model called Rena, in the episode Kill Wullie.
Outside of filming, Robyn’s Nest in the Maryhill area presented a breakfast menu inspired by Still Game.
Stevie’s bookies have been featured several times throughout the series and often at Winston’s expense.
Although the betting shop has moved to a new location in recent episodes, the original building on Maryhill Road is a shadow of its former self.
We’ve already told how Paul Riley, who plays the gambling-mad pensioner, revealed a hilarious scene in the show was based on real life, and it left the Scots in stitches.
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