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Donnie Posted 28th Apr 2012, 11:39pm
 
QUOTE (jimmie @ 10th Apr 2009, 10:05pm) *
ANYBODY REMEMBER THE GOOD DAYS IN THE T ONE ST ENOCHES SQUARE IN THE MID 70S.

Yes I remember them well met my future wife there I used to go on a fri sat and sun night loved the place even got a chance to DJ there and from then on I was bitten they changed the name to Zhivago's if I recall it was open till 4am ah the memories thanks.
doc4655 Posted 10th Oct 2009, 05:06pm
  Terminal 1 was THE PLACE in the early 70's - remember bopping about to Tiger Feet by MUD. And afterwards there was a little chippy just beside it - had the best fish suppers - enjoyed them on the No 12 Bus back to Toryglen! Anyone remember the Pink Elephant on Sauciehall St
auchenshuggle Posted 24th Aug 2009, 07:27pm
  those were the days right enuff, either the t.one or up to clouds, sometimes yi used to jist staun there an watch the cartoons,brilliant. doon ti st.enochs fur the bus back ti the `milk, have a wee sing song, an a wee bevvy tae if ye were lucky, aye, i loved it. no so much the sunday mornings though. laugh.gif
stuarty Posted 8th May 2009, 12:16am
  weedoc and I and a lot of milkers and maryhillers used to go to T1 or its real name termanil one sunday and thursday nights oh happy days first class beach baby and kenny the bump to the bump ot virgina plain roxy music ohhhhhh yes happpppppy days were the best laugh.gif
weedoc Posted 10th Apr 2009, 10:37pm
  remember it well, the best thing about it was I only had to walk across the road to get the No: 5 bus back to castlemilk lol.
jimmie Posted 10th Apr 2009, 10:00pm
  ANYBODY REMEMBER THE GOOD DAYS IN THE T ONE ST ENOCHES SQUARE IN THE MID 70S.
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