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13 hours ago, Eric Arthur Blair said:

Abbey St leading onto Cotton St.

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That looks like a J&M Taylor lorry entering the Building Site.They are still based in Wallace St and have a vintage lorry on display in their premises.

Also a Cunninghams bus in the background.

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On ‎6‎/‎26‎/‎2019 at 4:34 PM, Eric Arthur Blair said:

Lady Lane from George St, 1960.

The Regal chippy bottom right.

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Is that where the Cellar Bar was ?

Paisley deffo looked better way back in the day. Some of the building images and townscapes  are great

This is a great thread, some class images here.......................keep it going lads

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12 hours ago, Eric Arthur Blair said:

Storie St, 1950s

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My Maw’s cousin, John Scott and his family, lived in a  tenement just to the right - above Jas. C.   Mibbe ..... :unsure:

three daughters, IIRC. Isabel, Fiona and...  the boyhood memory fades.  

Just a room and kitchen was about the size of it.  Shared lavvie oot the back, next to the cattle market...

Ah... the nostalgia for such a glamorous age!  :rolleyes:

they were glamorous days, much missed.

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1 hour ago, Eric Arthur Blair said:

Storie St, 1954

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My above post - wrt the Scott family - was wrong.  They lived above that Corrigan's shop.

 

The wee 'kirk', slightly set back on the rhs beyond the windae-shopping man, were supplementary halls for the Orr Square kirk  (just showing at the top of the hill).

 

The halls hosted  23rd BB and Lifeboys.  Think there were also Girl Guides, too.

And they did Sunday schools in there, too.

 

Big hall doonstairs and wee yin upstairs.

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