history of Bridgeton and Dalmarnock by Gordon Adams

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Published by G. Adams in (Glasgow .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Bridgeton (Glasgow, Scotland) -- History -- Pictorial works.,
  • Dalmarnock (Glasgow, Scotland) -- History -- Pictorial works.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliography.

Book details

StatementbyGordon Adams.
The Physical Object
Pagination87 p. :
Number of Pages87
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15359502M
ISBN 100952549107

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Dalmarnock (/ d æ l ˈ m ɑːr n ə k /, Scottish Gaelic: Dail Mheàrnaig) is a district in the Scottish city of is situated north of the River Clyde opposite the town of is bounded by the Clyde to the south and east, Parkhead to the north, and Bridgeton at History of Bridgeton and Dalmarnock book Street to the north west.

The area covers part of a loop in the River Clyde called the Cuningar Loop (known Country: Scotland. Bridgeton: The view shows open top tram cars and horse & cart transport.

On the left behind the Umbrella is an advert in the shop window for R & J Dick of Greenhead Works. The next premises is Henry Reid a Wine & Spirit Dealer who once stayed at 8 Clydeview Terrace. Next door [ ]. proprietor’s tribute to bridgeton on opening night Dalmarnock’s new wonder cinema, the Plaza, Nuneaton Street, was formally opened on Monday night.

Queues lined the street, and streets were at a premium, but those who did get in had difficulty in believing that this was the old Dalmarnock, so great was the transformation which had been made. A few weeks later, her home was demolished along with the rest of Ardenlea Street and the last remnants of old Dalmarnock.

In July the Commonwealth History of Bridgeton and Dalmarnock book rolled into Dalmarnock and two weeks later everyone left. The Dalmarnock landscape has been transformed with a shiny new velodrome, a new train station and a new athlete’s village. - Please bookmark this page (add it to your favorites).

- If you wish to link to this page, you can do so by referring to the URL address below this line. Train tickets from Dalmarnock to Glasgow can start from as little as £ when you book in advance and are usually more expensive when purchased on the day.

Prices can also vary depending the time of day, route and class you book. ESALA Dalmarnock Dalmarnock SCOTLAND Glasgow, general view, showing Old Dalmarnock Road and Glasgow Green.

Bridgeton & Dalmarnock - East End Glasgow History See more. Looking up Dalmarnock Street (Springfield Road) toward Gallowgate (Whitby Street on Rt) Family History Book Glasgow Scotland Blue Angels s Street View Black And 36 pins.

- Bridgeton & Dalmarnock - East End Glasgow History Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times. The Fallen of Bridgeton, Calton, Camlachie, Dalmarnock & Mile-End In The Great War Transcribed and researched by Bob Currie (Bridgeton Library Local History Group) Preface This list of names of The Fallen of Glasgow’s East-end records some of the millions of victims of the bloodiest wars in world history.

The names, extractedFile Size: 1MB. Today, the streets around Glengarry are largely silent. The tenements which housed thousands upon thousands of Glaswegians in Bridgeton, Dalmarnock and Calton have been swept away. The East End experienced massive de-population in the s and ‘80s alongside the decline of many local industries and businesses.

some other aspects of local history which are bound to arise in conversation. In Bridgeton past, the most striking feature was The Glasgow Old Dalmarnock Road. Salvation Army, Olympia Street. Clement’s Church of Scotland, Brook Street. of Bridgeton Past. Recollections of Bridgeton Past.

Recollections of Bridgeton Past. Bridgeton & Dalmarnock Area Association are an independent group who work with Thenue Housing, and other local organisations to make a difference in the Bridgeton and Dalmarnock Areas.

They held a Community Consultation earlier this week, to find out what local people feel are the most important priorities for their area, with a view to the. The station replaced Bridgeton [1st], The station was overshadowed by the high level line and also a branch to the Dalmarnock Gas Works which crossed over the station on a bridge.

In the original, pre-closure state, the exposed part of the platforms were canopied. There was a signal box here between andreplaced in a resignalling. Train tickets from Anderston to Dalmarnock can start from as little as £ when you book in advance and are usually more expensive when purchased on the day.

Prices can also vary depending the time of day, route and class you book. Bartholomew Street in Glasgow’s Bridgeton district still stands today but it is an empty street: a brick wall runs along one side with nothing behind it, there are no houses, shops or businesses anywhere to be seen.

It is a ghost street. As cars and buses drive past Bartholomew Street and nearby Dalmarnock rail. The Bridgeton Umbrella ' was created by members of the Bridgeton Local History Group and friends led by artist Janie Nicol.

We met at the Olympia Building, Bridgeton Library, working closely with staff at the library and Simon Biggam of Clyde Gateway, who sponsored the group and funded the publication. Information about DALMARNOCK PRIMARY Dalmarnock Primary School Baltic Street Glasgow G40 3BA Telephone Fax Head Teacher: Miss Nancy Clunie [email protected] Twitter Account @DalmarnockPS Website Stages taught P1 – P7.

I can honestly say that the Toffs in the Tenement is hilarious,surprising,hugely enjoyable and totally different from any other book i have read about old Glasgow. I emigrated here with my parents when i was 10 years old inwe used to live in Dalmarnock Rd and i remember all the streets, shops etc you mention in your book, ah the memories.

Dalmarnock Primary School Baltic Street Glasgow G40 3BA Tel. - Fax - Head Teacher - Miss Nancy Clunie. Dalmarnock Bridge (Railway) is a wrought-iron twin-track bridge on the Caledonian Railway (Dalmarnock branch) erected between and It comprised three tied-arch river spans of 70 ft and four 50 ft wrought-iron plate-girder land spans.

The main girders were of bowstring construction 7 ft in. deep at. including Bridgeton, Dalmarnock and Parkhead plus Rutherglen and Shawfi eld in South Lanarkshire.

The Clyde Gateway Urban Regeneration Company (URC) was established in December to lead the way on achieving unparalleled social, economic and physical change across these communities. The URC is a partnership between Glasgow City Council, SouthFile Size: 1MB. InJohn Bartholomew's Gazetteer of the British Isles described Dalmarnock like this.

Dalmarnock former meadow land, in E. suburbs of Glasgow, opposite Rutherglen. The location is that shown for Dalmarnock on modernmaps.

Dalmarnock through time. Dalmarnock is now part of Glasgow district. Bridgeton, a suburban town and a quoad sacra parish in Calton parish, Lanarkshire. The town, forming part of the extreme E of Glasgow, lies between Calton on the NW and Barrowfield on the SE; and takes its name from a bridge at its SE end, over the Clyde, on the road to Rutherglen.

Bridgeton Trails was among the eight branches built after voters approved a special building tax in The branch serves Bridgeton, Maryland Heights, and the surrounding municipalities.

In Aprilthe branch welcomed former First Lady Laura Bush to open a Teen Center named in her honor. Bridgeton Trails underwent extensive renovations in. BRIDGETON and DALMARNOCK 0 M Development and Regeneration Services George Street Glasgow G1 1QU Executive Director Gerry Gormal.

Cllk congclr DSlUJawo DSiWSLLJOCF O eq eiÀu as LLomuSlq aawu Rouge' g aboua. Created Date. Dalmarnock Primary School in Glasgow's east-end has touched three centuries Baltic Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow, G40 3BA, Scotland (UK) However all photographs sent to me for displaying on the website are Dalmarnock Primary School Bridgeton.

Dalmarnock Primary School in Glasgow's east-end has touched three centuries looking after the needs of our children since Sadly the old sandstone school building closed its doors Feb painting by.

Dalmarnock Primary School Baltic Street Glasgow G40 3BA Phone: Fax: Dalmarnock (Gaelic; Scottish Gaelic: Dail Mheàrnaig) is a district in the Scottish city of Glasgow. It is situated north of the River Clyde opposite the town of is bounded by the Clyde to the south and east, Parkhead to the north, and Bridgeton at Dunn Street to the north west.

The area covers part of a loop in the River Clyde called the Cuningar Loop (known locally as 'The. Bridgeton and Calton formed the heart of Glasgow's old East End until half the area was swept away in the s, 60s and 70s. Eric Eunson chronicles the rise and fall of these two neighbourhoods, covering their early history along with the story of Glasgow Green and its various uses and entertainments, the much-travelled McLennan Arch, and the origins of the name.

Dalmarnock Rd had Considines the undertakers, Dunsdales the hardware store, the Coop butcher and Grocers, theMajuka Bar, thr Home Bakery, Sammy's fruit shop at the corner of Dalmarnock Rd and Megan St (where the buroo and Acorn St Clinic were) the big shoe shop was next door to Beatrices, across Dalmarnock Rd was Crombies the off licence.

historian Gordon Adams wrote in his book, A History of Bridgeton and Dalmarnock: Woman and girls were kept as busy as bees while they were learning their domestic duties. +"21#'&2'3"& +' #'* 4#)&*' As Bridgeton prospered the Þnest architects of the day were asked to.

This flat is located at 34 Dalmarnock Road, Glasgow G40 4AA. Dalmarnock Road, G40 has houses and flats on it with a current average value of £71, compared to an average property value of £, for G There have been 28 property sales on Dalmarnock Road over the last 5.

This property is located at 49 Dalmarnock Drive, Glasgow G40 4LS and has an estimated current value of £, Dalmarnock Drive has houses and flats on it with an average current value of £, compared to an average property value of £, for GThere have been 8 property sales on Dalmarnock Drive, G40 over the last 5 years with an average house price.

The Origin And History Of Glasgow Streets, by Hugh Macintosh (), indicates that Bridgeton Cross proper is at the junction of Reid Street and Dale Street, and the spot was for many years marked with by cross arrangement of stones sunk in the area now known as Bridgeton Cross has its own cross; consisting of the road junction of London Road.

Bridgeton Cross – This is quite an expansive cross where Cannon Street, Orr Street and Charles Street entered at the North End and James Street, Main Street and Dalmarnock Road entered at the South End. Cannon Street has since been renamed London Road, and Charles Street became Olympia Street.

Bridgeton Bridgeton [Central] Parkhead Stadium Rutherglen Rutherglen [3rd] Rutherglen [3rd] Glasgow Green Rutherglen [3rd] Rutherglen [1st] Rutherglen [2nd] Bellgrove: Other railway and industry locations Dalmarnock Gasworks London Road Junction [Glasgow] Bridgeton Gas Works Dalmarnock Iron Works Dalmarnock Road Tunnel Dalmarnock Powerstation.

Bridge across the River Clyde at Dalmarnock, This wooden bridge was erected in to connect Rutherglen and Dalmarnock. It was replaced by a new timber bridge in and in by Dalmarnock Bridge, designed by the engineers Crouch & Hogg. Dalmarnock Road, Bridgeton (geograph ).jpg 2, × 1,; MB Fielden Place (geograph ).jpg 1, × ; KB Former Bridgeton Central railway station (geograph ).jpg × ; KBInstance of: district.

NOTE: I have moved the 'Bridgeton Streets' from the school website to a website of its own, as it was getting too large for the school website.

The new website will allow me more scope with the Glasgow side of things and let me concentrate and focus this website with school &.

Coronavirus: Thank you for your continued support in these difficult times. Since our office and factory are in a rural area, our staff travel to work individually by car and we have enough space to maintain social distancing, so in consultation with our staff, we have decided to remain open for business unless government policy changes.Dalmarnock wants to remind us that it is still "building its legacy", that it is the "new East End" full of "investment and development opportunities".

These are terms hoisted on to flags and. Bridgeton, Dalmarnock and Cunnigar Sunday 21st February. Fri pm. A wee wander round the east end, following in part, the Bridgeton heritage trail, with hopefully a visit to the Cunnigar loop and to see how the bridge is coming along.

maybe try to find the Holy Well on Glasgow Green. Bridgeton, Dalmarnock and Cunnigar.

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