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> When And Where Did Queenslie Go?, Beam Me Up Scottie When
dizzybint
post 29th Jul 2016, 07:38am
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QUOTE (Charlie Robertson @ 19th Jun 2016, 11:07pm) *
Hi Tabby

Does your Jamil drive a taxi now?

I was in a taxi yesterday and the driver told me he had the shop in Queenslie. We chatted about the old days as I was brought up across the Monkland Canal in Garthamloch.
Stayed in Garthamlock from the early 70s till late 80s hated the place, it was in decline when I moved in... and all the better folk who lived there were either leaving or giving up..
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post 19th Aug 2017, 08:23pm
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QUOTE (john miller @ 24th Jun 2008, 10:45pm) *
hi i used to live at 8 lonmay path from 1960 when i was born there till 1977 when i joined the air force loved the place the industrial estate was a great playground

I used to work with John Selkirk who lived at 9 Lonmay Path.
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*Derek Brown*
post 9th Jan 2020, 02:30pm
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QUOTE (ally gillanders @ 29th Dec 2010, 02:11pm) *
hi im ally gillanders lived at 37 penston road next door to the broons then the jardins mortimors at no 39 you had the wards wee mr rutherford Angus and Tam shaw what a great place

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*George Laird*
post 5th May 2020, 08:46pm
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Hi,

Lived in Queenslie until 1979 when my mum died and we moved to Parkhead. Stayed at 16 Lonmay Road. Remember the White family. School was very convenient as it was across the road. Took my family back a few years back and noticed the Lonmay road sign survived the changes.
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post 22nd Aug 2020, 01:31pm
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My mum’s friend, Connie Pearl, lived in Horndean, I think, with her mum, Mrs Pearl. Mrs Pearl came from England many years ago and kept her English accent. Connie was Scottish and a spinster. They must have moved to Queenslie when it was first built. Connie would have been about 20 to 30 then. They moved to a flat on Duke Street, Dennistoun, in the 80s?
Does anybody remember them?


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