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prince21 Posted 30th Jan 2018, 01:50pm
 
QUOTE (norrie123 @ 30th Jan 2018, 11:15am) *
Hi Prince21, that's all I have, if I get a shot of The Regency Bar I will post it on here
I doubt I will know the guy your in contact with, while I know the area, I didn't live there

Bye for now, Norrie
Thanks Norrie for the photo,s of Cambridge St I,ve allready been down there this morning will have to back later to pick up my daughter. The photo,s are great i had a classmate that lived there at the tenement going down to New city rd next to the piano shop. i used to walk up the lanes between Cambridge st and the Cowcaddens. Thanks again Norrie
Cambridge st



Cambridge st 1950



Cambridge st 1963

norrie123 Posted 30th Jan 2018, 11:15am
  Hi Prince21, that's all I have, if I get a shot of The Regency Bar I will post it on here
I doubt I will know the guy your in contact with, while I know the area, I didn't live there

Bye for now, Norrie

Cambridge st



Cambridge st 1950



Cambridge st 1963

norrie123 Posted 30th Jan 2018, 11:10am
  Cambridge st 1960


Cambridge st 1963


Cambridge st, Buccleuch st


Cambridge st, Hill st, May 1961
norrie123 Posted 30th Jan 2018, 11:05am
  Hi Prince 21, here are the shots I have in my collection of Cambridge st and Airdrie st, not of them were take by me, they were sent to me, may be off The Mitchell site
No picture of the Regency pub, I await a reply from a pub site webmaster, the pub may have had several names in its days, cant find a shot of Caklend
More to follow

Airdrie st, Port Dundas rd 1928


Airdrie st, Port Dundas rd 1963


Cambridge st 1960


Cambridge st 1960

Dykejumper Posted 29th Jan 2018, 11:28pm
  Wood and Selbys were on both corners.
prince21 Posted 29th Jan 2018, 11:19am
 
QUOTE (norrie123 @ 29th Jan 2018, 12:11am) *
Hi prince21, I can read your PM to me but for some reason I cant reply to it, I will check my files for the items you mentioned and if I find any I will post them on this thread

Bye for now, norrie

Hi Norrie thanks for your reply i was in the Cowcaddens this morning as i am most days unless i,m working i appreciate your help.
In my job in B&Q i meet many elderly customers who have much better memories of the old days than me. Thanks again Norrie I,m just going back down to pick up my daughter at Glasgow school of Art before she reports me to childline just a joke she,s 23yrs of age . I will get the customers name who lived in Airdrie St you,re bound to know him and will be in touch. Take care Dougie
norrie123 Posted 29th Jan 2018, 12:11am
  Hi prince21, I can read your PM to me but for some reason I cant reply to it, I will check my files for the items you mentioned and if I find any I will post them on this thread

Bye for now, norrie
prince21 Posted 28th Jan 2018, 07:18pm
 
QUOTE (cowcaddens kid @ 7th Apr 2008, 11:04pm) *
Hi just been looking at a old tram photo of junction of St Georges Rd, with New city road and Great western road corners in picture , At new city road it was Wood and Selbys store and D M Hoey.
other corners Masseys at junction of maryhill road,
My question is what was the other big shop on great western road at Georges road , i remember this area in late 1950, early 60s before the motorway went through taking a lot of this bit away, tram picture was on National tram museum site at Crich . Anyone help or remember -its one of those niggling ones at the back of my mind

I hope you can help. http://www.tramway.co.uk/photos/73/7290.jpg

Thanks for listening Gee

Being born in Cowcaddens can anyone remember the regency bar and cakelands dairy in Cambridge Street? The bar was on the corner of Dalhousie Street at the tramcar terminus acroos the road from Cambridge picture house.
Guest Posted 26th Jul 2015, 10:33pm
 
QUOTE (*jim* @ 29th Jun 2010, 10:08pm) *
The Shop IIRC was Machell's - a quality Radio TV retailer.

jim

......yes, Machells-used to be sent up on the 18 tram from Rutherglen, around the mid 1950's, with 5.00 to spend on Long Playing record albums, for my Aunt Jane Pearson...the place seemed to me to be a treasure trove of musical goodies, many of which survived until fairly recently, whe I had a big clear out....
Guest Posted 4th Sep 2012, 09:26am
  Thanks for putting all these photos online! really enjoyed looking through them.

I moved to St Georges cross a few years ago and love to see how things used to be. have recently been told what i know as china town used to be a circus!

I have recently been in a shop in the Buchanan Galleries that sells the work of John Boyd. Must have been 60 different paintings showing Glasgow back in the tram days. definitely worth a look.
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