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London Road



cybers

First one was the old barrowfield primary school pitch ... farewell me old friend ... many a red ash burn on that ...

Second one is springfield road but i like your thinking lol
LowLight

Second one is definitely London Rd.  
cybers

zat the sellick superstore on the right ?
LowLight

it pyoor is man
cybers

Right for some reason i thought it was from where the old rivvy gates were looking over the now gone kinnear road gailes st buddon st direction
calamity

wonder what will happen with these next to the turnstiles, think it was old toilets.  

the old railway line and  bricked up tunnel next to the Turnstile pub.  
 



just wondering what they plan to do with this and the train line.


Didnt know this.. just having a read.

Parkhead Stadium was a railway station in the east end of Glasgow. It was opened by the Caledonian Railway as Parkhead on 1 February 1897.[1]
In recognition of its proximity to the Celtic Park football stadium, by 1904, it was known as Parkhead (for Celtic Park);[2] and it was also referred to in some timetables as Parkhead for Celtic Park.[1]
The station was renamed Parkhead Stadium by British Railway Board on 3 March 1952.[1] The nearby ex-North British Railway's Coatbridge Branch station, "Parkhead", was renamed "Parkhead North" on 30 June 1952.[1]
James

There's no plans for that railway line. It's been built on east of there through
Tollcross.



James H
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James H
calamity

smashing James, I love that street name Dalriada st.. should have been in the centre of Glasgow.
sputnik

of the streets around that area i like the name society street.
calamity

aye my auntie lived there in Society street I liked Dunrobin.. and my other auntie lived in Arch st where the Forge is now.
cybers

sputnik wrote:
of the streets around that area i like the name society street.


I prefer the more fitting Dunrobin   to a Barrowfield wean those 2 wee streets were dead posh  
calamity

aye called after place in Golspie and Dunrobin Castle.. nice name..

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