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Great photo. Spent Primary six and seven in these building.

On the right hand side but just out of the picture there was a row of tenements, the name

of the Brae evades me  where George McLean stayed. He was at the time of his transfer along Paisley Road West

the highest transfer fee between two Scottish clubs at £28,000.00.

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7 hours ago, hamlet said:

Great photo. Spent Primary six and seven in these building.

On the right hand side but just out of the picture there was a row of tenements, the name

of the Brae evades me  where George McLean stayed. He was at the time of his transfer along Paisley Road West

the highest transfer fee between two Scottish clubs at £28,000.00.

It was just Oakshaw Brae.

http://www.archiuk.com/cgi-bin/build_nls_historic_map.pl?search_location=PA11HL / PA1 1HL / PA11HL&latitude=55.841253&longitude=-4.407626&[email protected]

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Causeyside and the Co-op from the nice widden benches at The Cross...1957

https://twitter.com/PaisleyMuseum/status/1265576112773529603/photo/1

The Baths entrance in Storie Street Before demolition 

https://twitter.com/PaisleyMuseum/status/1263036780519075840/photo/1


women’s pool in the brick building to left of entrance; men’s pool to right in grey sandstone.

Plus another (Longer narrower newer) pool, the steam rooms, and hunners  o simple baths at the back.

 

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On 6/27/2020 at 7:57 AM, Fricky-Troll said:

This little gem goes all over Paisley - through town / Ferguslie / West end / Gelnburn / Linwood /Elderslie etc

 

Use link below from youtube enjoy emoji4.png

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cheers, Fricky.

Nice to see the Terminus at the junction of Glenfield Road and Caplethill Road. 

Great memories of being brought up in Glenfield Road.

Now I feel old......😉

 

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