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> Maryhill Streets, Maryhill
martin_glasgow
post 13th Jun 2020, 03:47pm
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Hi.Having Lived In Maryhill In The Past Always Looking For Pictures Of Area Where I lived,
Have Attached An Aerial View Of Streets In Maryhill.
Zoom In And Hope Some Of Our Oder Members Will Recognize The Area In The Photo.
Any Memories Feel Free To Comment,,

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post 15th Jun 2020, 10:29am
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Great photo, Martin, but sadly I don't recognise any of the streets or buildings. We lived in Hinshaw Street, off Maryhill Road, going down from Queen's Cross (1940s/50s).

My eyesight not what it used to be of course. I left Glasgow and Scotland in 1963, and I didn't take much notice then of buildings or districts. There are other photos on this site and I love seeing any new ones.

Thanks for posting.


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