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Pollock St or Houston St ?
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2016 5:41 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote Report this post to Mods

HELLO SEARCHING for pictures like these for some time not a lot on Pollok Street or Paisly road near Kindston Linrary myold adress as a kid was 315 paisley road ae the gap Mson Works sand stones ect i gap area and 42 Pollok Street top flat .I remenber near old bin shed with the round stone tub thing a liitle further up found a hole in the wall and we climbed throgh and ended up on the other side of the street .There were Asin rugs undr the floorboards and that lead out of like a shed to the BTTER KEPT BACKS WITH gARDENS Loads of Catapillars .Orange Walk stopped for break and made pocket money from there empties . Schols Crookston street Scotland street and Kinning Park before Moving for Bridge demolition never got back to see t happening .

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