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Sydney street and Melbourne street
The Union Cold Storage Company was situated at 39 Melbourne Street.     It was a huge building bordered by Melbourne St on the one side and ydney Street on the other.       It was owned by the Vestey family.        I only know this because I worked in the office there for 12 years.

       Lord Vestey and family owned land in Australia, which they had bought cheaply from the Aboriginies, and they raised cattle on these lands. &n ...
Glasgow Slaughterhouse
Straight from school, aged 15, I started work in the office at the Union Cold Store at 39 Melbourne Street, right next to the meat market in 1958 and I was there till 1970.     When I started there, first thing every morning, I had to go round every stance in the market with "lines", which were either receipts or delivery lines for meat, or poultry, pork etc going from or to the cold store and the meat market.     The first day I went round, all I could see everywhe ...
The Sea (It's all around us!)

Ceannabeinne Beach by David Laurie, on Flickr

Dounraey Fast Breeder and HMS Vulcan Research Reactor
[url=https://flic.kr/p/XJjBpA]Dounraey Fast ...
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Stairway to heaven by John McKnight, on Flickr
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Did you have a dress on ?....

Cracking wee video though.
Scotland - God's beautiful country - Part 3
Well, here's one from feckin 1964 (+/- 1 yr) for youse.

Benderloch from the vitrified fort, shortly before/after the train service from Oban to Ballachulish was chopped.

Colours Pt2
. . . and Ah wid walk 500 miles . . .

Craig and Charlie at The Big Tent 2012.

Bangour Village Hospital
Doesn't look so good now with  most of the roofs looking dilapidated
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Industry. by John McKnight, on Flickr
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Rust. by John McKnight, on Flickr
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