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Clydebank was home to tens of thousands of people. Many lived in tenement flats close to the factories and shipyards where they worked. After the bombs fell 4,000 homes (out of 12,000 in Clydebank) were in ruins.

Clydebank (Glasgow, Scotland) was home to tens of thousands of people. Many lived in tenement flats close to the factories and shipyards where they worked. After the bombs fell homes (out of in Clydebank) were in ruins.

Springburn Lanarkshire

Looking towards Glasgow from Springburn Road.

Springburn, North Glasgow. | by Paris-Roubaix

Undated card, but I think it looks like The view is looking north towards Balgrayhill with the nice sandstone tenement buildings on either side of the road.

The view looking east along Great Western Road, early one morning in 1955. In the distance are the spires of Lansdowne Parish Church and (behind it) of St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral. The distinctive clock tower of Cooper & Co's grocery store and offices on the corner of Bank Street is on the right. The roadway is formed of granite setts. - TheGlasgowStory

The view looking east along Great Western Road, early one morning in 1955. In the distance are the spires of Lansdowne Parish Church and (behind it) of St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral. The distinctive clock tower of Cooper & Co's grocery store and offices on the corner of Bank Street is on the right. The roadway is formed of granite setts. - TheGlasgowStory

Balgrayhill

Springburn Road at Northcroft Road looking towards Balgrayhill,

1985 Metropole Theatre St.Georges Road

The Metropole Theatre, 217 St.

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Hawthorn Street looking towards Springburn Road.I lived in these tenements in the

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