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Swingpark at back of Oakbank Terrace
Glesga wrote:
All my family were born in Oakbank but it was knocked down when I was a young kid. Remember the swings though. I think they may have lasted longer than the hospital.

Brilliant memories.
I Was talking about the park today at the round toll. I played in it when i lived in the Cowcaddens. It was a good shortcut passing the park to go to Oakbank hospital. One sad note though i remember the terrible shooting that took place there around 1966 in w ...
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Congratulations to Tu Youyou on winning the Nobel Prize in Medicine, and for being the most confusing person to sing Happy Birthday To!
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sign outside st mungos museum by kenny graham, on Flickr
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grandsons first birthday

DSC_0006 by kenny graham, on Flickr
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planter by kenny graham, on Flickr
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provands lordship by kenny graham, on Flickr
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Marlow Street, Kinning Park
Better late than never but I'm interested.
North of Glasgow good explorers....
Hi All,

We are visiting Scotland tomorrow and looking for some good explorers.   We are staying towards Loch Lomond.  

Can anyone recommend any good explorer in that area or the norther part of Glasgow?  

Help would be much appreciated :)
Foreign Castles and Palaces
Rumoured to have been built to repel a Jacobite invasion it also has the rather dubious history of being nothing more than a folly built by a Mitty type landowner who Ironically was also a Scot.

Codgers Fort by David Laurie, on Flickr
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Eglinton Toll by William Lothian, on Flickr
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