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Glasgow in the 70's in print?
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 07, 2013 12:42 am    Post subject:  Reply with quote Report this post to Mods

Couldn't find Garnet street on the ward maps, only Garnet lane
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 07, 2013 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Report this post to Mods

Hi Stuball, Garnet st is the ls the last st on the right, as you walk towards Charing Cross, the former Bersford hotel is in the corner of Garnet st, Sauchiehall st
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Just a wee sneak preview. It's still at the proof stage, but will be in the shops by Christmas.
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It looks like a very interesting book and the dust cover shows the old and the new and if I am honest I prefer the old.
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Strep....Your photographs that you posted here were fascinating educational and nostalgic and I wish you well with the book..We are as you'll know another demolition period in the city and though not as traumatic as when you were out recording your archive its still worth documenting as when we're aw deeid people will marvel at pics of the high rise flats. I have taken loads and looking for a wee bit of inspiration have started taking some detailed pics for future urbaners to look at at.
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Hi Strepadair, look forward to reading the book, Peter has kept me up to date
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streapadair wrote:


Just a wee sneak preview. It's still at the proof stage, but will be in the shops by Christmas.


Ooh yes please Mr Santa sir!  
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The Gorbals in the 70's is now available on line from Stenlake Publishing, Amazon and Waterstones
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Well done pwm437 and Strepadair
Next time I am in town I will get a copy
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Not due out until the 15th but is available to pre-order


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