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Angie Murray Posted 13th Aug 2019, 10:41pm
I've just found out my great grandparents lived at 3 Scotia Street in 1926. There names were Archie and Janet McDougall.Where was Scotia street?
Heather Posted 13th Mar 2014, 10:54pm
  Hey Harper, is your surname Beckham. laugh.gif
Harper Posted 5th Mar 2014, 12:53am
  [size="4"][/size]Hi my parents lived at 31 scotia street glasgow in 1954 when i was born, their names where harper, i dont remember much about scotia street then biggrin.gif
Heather Posted 17th Oct 2009, 09:33am
  Robert, Scotia Street was just along from the Cambridge Cinema on the opposite side of the Road.

It ran from New City Road to Shamrock Street.
Agnes & Robert Posted 17th Oct 2009, 01:16am
  When you mentioned the Hotel at Charing Cross I take it that you were talking about The Grand Hotel, I'm trying to pinpoint Scotia Street I know it but can't place it, it was a long time ago
Heather Posted 27th Jun 2009, 10:59pm
  Sujay, I may have known your g'parents as the name does ring a bell, but after all these years I can't say for certain.
Did they live on the 2nd floor to the right???

We lived in the top flat on the left hand side hallway as you came up the stairs. Our windows looked on to the street and we lived there for 5 years,1958--1963.
sujay Posted 27th Jun 2009, 10:09pm
  To Heather,

I think you must have known my Grandparents, they lived at 90 pre war Jinny and Paddy Campbell . Granda died 57. In 63 Gramma left Shamrock St to live in Penilee witn my Uncle Pat and Auntie Mattie who had lived in 90 for 10 years.

Regards Susan
sujay Posted 20th Jun 2009, 02:16pm
QUOTE (GG @ 17th Jun 2009, 09:24pm) *
Also found the following memory of Scotia Street on the difficult-to-navigate site


know of mclean family who lived in p/p/t during the war years.
GG Posted 17th Jun 2009, 09:07pm
  Also found the following memory of Scotia Street on the difficult-to-navigate site


Reason For Listing: Interested In Its History. I Am Interested In Obtaining: Old Photographs. Photographs Of The Street Or Road. Information On Old Friends. I Have Available: Interested In The Period From 1940 To 1946.

just teenage years when shamrock st.was the best st in the world for roller skating.also grove st school and st georges rd were the cats meeow when it came to good schools and teachers.the moir family were my pals also the greeners.the cobblers shop in the close and the gayfield bar on the used to be a swanky neighbourhood as we had our own toilet and some even had a bathtub.(no us)we also lived on pheonix park terrace but i was younger so i dont remeber much of it. but there was a park close the garscube road.i think.loved that plac. archie.

GG Posted 17th Jun 2009, 09:01pm
  You can only see small thumbnails on the free version of SCRAN here:

The two photos refer to a tenement collapse in Scotia Street in October 1968, apparently police and workers managed to save one Richard Fox who had been trapped in the rubble.

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