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James

Weaver Street





James H
ex-tobester

Here's my Goosedubs one, lovely and wet

UG_admin

This place has no name on the A-Z

Up beside Kwik Fit on Pollokshaws Road

Alex Glass

Montrose Street.

Wee allyway entered from Montrose Street.

ex-tobester

Old cobbles on the side of the road, in Exeter Drive, in Thornowwd, i played there as a kid you know!!

UG_admin

tobester wrote:
Old cobbles on the side of the road, in Exeter Drive, in Thornowwd, i played there as a kid you know!!



Was it you making my life hell in Kildonan Drive when I was trying to sleep in and avoid lectures
UG_admin

South Woodside Road



Lane off North Woodside Road

LowLight

Kerr Street

Beano



Fordneuk Street.
tombro

Checking out on Google Maps last year, I found that Carrick Street in Anderston, from Crimea Street down to the river, still had cobbles.

Why was I looking there ?  My Granny Brown (Dad's Mum) used to live in a third floor one-end on the corner of Crimea Street and Carrick Street back in the fifties.

Tombro  
calamity

I lived in the bottom end of Fordneuk st, and remember watching the men in the steam road rollers putting down the tar, Ive often wondered why the top half was thankfully never tarred over.. marvellous isnt it..  there are some in Olympia st, and the bottom end of Fordneuk st.. Ill have to look out the photos , as Im a cobble freak too..
calamity

here you go, not only cobbles but a puddle too, in Olympia st today..    
calamity

from Olympia st to London road.. loads of cobbles still there .
Beano

Calamity....."Manky big puddle"  
calamity

bet you d love a paddle though...
Beano

calamity wrote:
bet you d love a paddle though...
Yeah...a loved big puddles    still dae  

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