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Springburn Museum 1986-2001
I would like to dedicate this page to the hard working staff and volunteers of the former
and would love to hear from anyone involved in it's running at the time to perhaps join us
here and say a few words in a forum below.
For the benefit of those who did not experience it, here are some scans of the interiors at the time.
Please note I do not have copies of these pictures.
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|elizabeth(milne)weir||Palermo Street (page: 1 2)||28||Feb 19 2012, 6:49 PM EST by Bettysh|
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I stayed in Palermo Street from birth to 10years old I attended Hydepark Primary School. Brownies in Cowlairs Church where my Dad Hamish Milne was a Boys Brigade Officer. Is anyone out there remember my Dad Hamish running Bus runs from Palermo Street
3 out of 3 found this valuable. Do you?
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|DONNIEB||MUSEUM||17||Feb 22 2010, 6:27 AM EST by mag27|
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IT IS ALL VERY WELL SPEAKING AND SAYING WE SHOULD HAVE A MUSEUM BEING A FAIR DISTANCE AWAY IT IS EASY TO LEAVE THE HARD WORK TO THE KEEN MEMBERS WHAT CAN I DO SO THAT I MAY FEEL PART OF It? DONNIEB
|GusMacLean||Kay st (page: 1 2)||33||Nov 25 2009, 2:18 PM EST by weemoe|
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I was born and brought up in No.7 Kay st and stayed there till the late 50s when we were rehoused in Ruchazie.
My boyhood pals were Big Alex Paterson and Wullie McFadgeon. Where are they now?
Springburn baths were at the end of the street and the Steamie of course. Often I was houghed out of bed to go and stand for a ticket for my ma and then help her along the street with her galvy bath tub full of washing. There was four weans to keep clean. The Stag Inn was just across Springburn Rd. where faither was a regular. It was twenty past nine throw out time and they all thought they were Al Joson. To this day I still know the words to these songs.
Wherever I've gone I've always been a Springburn boy and I'm delighted to have found this site.
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