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glasgow girl

photos of sword street glasgow in the 60s

hi everyone iv just found this site n i would love to find pics of sword street in glasgow as i lived there from 1960 hope you can help x can i see this as a group on my fb ??
Beano

Re: photos of sword street glasgow in the 60s

glasgow girl wrote:
hi everyone iv just found this site n i would love to find pics of sword street in glasgow as i lived there from 1960 hope you can help x can i see this as a group on my fb ??

Welcome glasgow girl this is the only one I can find, although there could be more on other threads .
mustang wrote:



Sword Street (1969)



norrie

Hi Glasgowgirl as far as I know,this is all that is left of old Sword st

Photos were taken by myslf, December 2007

Sword st from Reidvale st


Sword st from Reidvale st


Sword st from Duke st


Reidvale st, Sword st
glasgow girl

sword street

thank you norrie for the pics , sword street has changed for the better i think , im going up to have a lil look for myself in a couple of weeks which should be good , ta again norrie xx
norrie

Hi Glasgowgirl, enjoy your trip to Glasgow
barbie3

nice post

Hi, it is a very nice page, it have a nice and useful information, i like it very much. It is very entertaining and also informative Thanks.
Fat Cat

Re: nice post

barbie3 wrote:
Hi, it is a very nice page, it have a nice and useful information, i like it very much. It is very entertaining and also informative Thanks.


One of the most polite posts I've ever read    

As for Sword Street, walked that way yesterday and it is covered in dog dirt, seriously bad, even for Dennistoun.

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