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> The Glasgow Trams, ...do you remember these?
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post 22nd Aug 2013, 10:04am
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photo number 3 is at Keppochhill Road and Millerbank St
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post 22nd Aug 2013, 11:20am
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QUOTE (Foxy52 @ 22nd Aug 2013, 11:02am) *
photo number 3 is at Keppochhill Road and Millerbank St
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Give that man a coconut!

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post 22nd Aug 2013, 12:48pm
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Hi Foxy
You just beat me to it with the tram at Keppochhill Rd , trying to remember was it the number 4 or the number 16 that went to Scotstoun .Great photo's Eddy keep them coming
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post 23rd Aug 2013, 12:52am
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QUOTE (Dimairt @ 22nd Aug 2013, 07:18am) *
Give that man a coconut!

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Eddy, l am partial to Coconut rum, does that count?
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Didnae mean to pip you at the post Tam,
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post 23rd Aug 2013, 09:27am
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Great pics Eddy, Number 4 Cowcaddens turning into Hope Street
5 Dumbarton Road looking east towards the Uni at junction
with Crow Road.

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post 7th Oct 2016, 02:19pm
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QUOTE (Fearn @ 6th Dec 2003, 02:46am) *
Hello Luceo:

Amazing how long 'forgotten' things come back! I only needed to get to Garrowhill (said Baillieston) as few folks seem to remember Garrownhill so maybe it was the 23 that I took.

I believe trams did have a distinctive smell (probably stale smoke, chips, pies an black pudding!). I can't describe it either but pretty sure if I smelt it today, memories would be triggered. smile.gif

Where are you hangin yer hat these days?

They did have a funny dank smell a bit like the subway.. I always sick on them and could only go a short journey on one because of the shooglin.
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