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GG
post 17th Mar 2007, 05:56pm
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Please post your memories of this Glasgow district here...North Kelvinside

Were you born here? Did you grow up here?
Did you visit your aunt here? ...or your children?
Was your first home here? Were your children born here?
Did you shop here? Was your favourite cinema here?
Did you go to church here? Was your favourite pub here?
Did you 'romance' here? Did you go to school here?
Do you have a photograph from here?

Come on let us know and immortalise your memories here...North Kelvinside

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maryhillgal
post 1st Sep 2007, 06:45pm
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I went to North Kelvinside Senior Secondary School which was in Oban Drive. There was also an entrance to the "old" building in Agnes Street.
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post 1st Sep 2007, 11:01pm
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Born at 18 Simpson St. lived there 18 yrs., till came to USA. Closest cinemas were Blythswood and Seamore. Went to elementary school at St. Charles on Kelvinside gardes. Went "doon the low road" a lot and played on the banks of the Kelvin. Played fitba, cricket, hunchcuddyhunch,rounders etc.etc. on the street and "heiders" in the closes.........That's all fer noo.
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post 17th Jul 2009, 01:16pm
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I went to Notre Dame 1958-64 then the College. We lived in Doune Quadrant and Lothian Gdns.
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post 17th Jul 2009, 09:09pm
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attended north kelvinside sec school 78-82
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Brianjardine
post 15th Nov 2014, 09:04pm
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I went to NK from 71-77,Headmaster was Mr Moncrieff, other teachers I remember were Purves, Bryden, McGill, MacRae, Thom, Shedden, MacLean, Montgomery,Lindsay and Gebbie.

Lady teachers I remember were Miss Cullen, Mrs O'Shaugnessy and Miss Baker.

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post 16th Nov 2014, 03:57am
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I was in Marks and Spencers Braehead on Friday and who did I see walking about? Mr Barry Finlayson the accounts and economics teachers,looking very well indeed.Didnt get a chance to say hello but did talk to him two years ago.Really charming chap.
Ex NKS 1960S-70S
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post 16th Nov 2014, 09:34am
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Don't remember Mr Finlayson,teachers that are coming
back to me are misters Hilditch,Black,Cogan,Poulson,Gadhia
(had a paper shop in Maryhill Rd. ),Dr Thornhill and I
remember a Mr Taj,and Indian gent who taught us English.
It could only happen at NK


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post 16th Nov 2014, 03:40pm
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I go way back to the fifties. Wee Bertha harry forshaw, beastie nelson. Cameron the science teacher and sneddon for pt.Miss conn for registry teacher another science teacher who lost an eye in a classroom accident. MR shearer who had his belt stiffened and called it John thomas. Lots of characters.
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post 16th Nov 2014, 04:49pm
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I remember the names, just wish Id listened to them.
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post 1st Aug 2016, 03:33am
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QUOTE (Brianjardine @ 15th Nov 2014, 09:04pm) *
I went to NK from 71-77,Headmaster was Mr Moncrieff, other teachers I remember were Purves, Bryden, McGill, MacRae, Thom, Shedden, MacLean, Montgomery,Lindsay and Gebbie.

Lady teachers I remember were Miss Cullen, Mrs O'Shaugnessy and Miss Baker.

Happy Daze.
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