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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2014 1:08 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote Report this post to Mods

Royal Infirmary, unknown date and 2014




Collins Street, 25 March 1973 ( streapadair) and 2014




Red Road, 1960s and 2014




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Cant quite place the railway line in that last one James, it must be one of the lines at the back of St Rollox depot but which?
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Alycidon wrote:
Cant quite place the railway line in that last one James, it must be one of the lines at the back of St Rollox depot but which?

It was the line into the Provan Gas works, between Broomfield Road and
Forge Street. It was still there in 1984 IIRC.


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Hi james, I have never seen a photo of the hospital  showing that building in the middle, well found
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James wrote:
Alycidon wrote:
Cant quite place the railway line in that last one James, it must be one of the lines at the back of St Rollox depot but which?

It was the line into the Provan Gas works, between Broomfield Road and
Forge Street. It was still there in 1984 IIRC.


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Thanks James - got it now!
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Collins Street, unknown date and 2014

er, Sunday 25th March 1973, James. HTH
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Hi Shugshooter, good shot, the only change I can see is the building on the right, its newer
I remember a article in the papers 1960s??? a lorry rolled down Garnet st right into that building, not sure if this was why the building was replaced or was it renovated?
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norrie wrote:
Hi Shugshooter, good shot, the only change I can see is the building on the right, its newer
I remember a article in the papers 1960s??? a lorry rolled down Garnet st right into that building, not sure if this was why the building was replaced or was it renovated?


We were just talking about that in the work the other day, Lyon's stationery shop was the scene of the accident, full details here  http://www.livinghistory.co.uk/homepages/Lyon/
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Hi Alycidon, thats it Lyons
Interesting article
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