These historical photographs show families living in slum areas of Glasgow without basic facilities like power and water. Some families lived in one room without a room surrounded by vermin. These photographs were displayed in a free open-air exhibition in Edinburg after a restriction on displaying them was lifted. Demolished buildings, litter doorways, children playing in the trash; these photographs depict poverty that is hard to comprehend in modern Scotland. Nick Hedges captured these photographs when a housing charity shelter hired him to travel around England and Scotland to document the lives of families living in a slum.