Hullo pal..how's it gon!

take me Home
Home
Main
Index
Memory
Lane
Glesca
Green
Schools Transport Tribute tae oor ForcesForces Songs GP SHOP MessageBoard
Streets Cinemas Boys BrigadeBB Poems Photos Guestbook
Churches Pals Stories Tales Adverts  Celtic  Rangers

.

Dalmarnock Parish Church,    103 Springfield Road    

Page1
Page2
.

Dalmarnock Parish Church

Dalmarnock Parish
Oct.2013, GlescaPal Bonny, Glasgow sent me this photograph taken from Sunnybank Street corner.
bonny27@hotmail.com

 


  photo taken August 2005                         .

Dalmarnock Parish Church was on the left, where the large trees are now, the main church door faced onto the tenements in Springfield Road with the side of the church in Lily St. 
GlescaPal, Bonny said ".... there was so much going on around this church, and Springfield Road School, it's hard to believe most of it has gone. I believe the wee School would still be there if they hadn't changed it over, the people of Dalmarnock and Bridgeton were not happy."  
The church closed in 1977 and now due to declining population the chapel across the road from this photo is also being demolished, see Our lady of Fatima.

.


Dalmarnock Community Centre, 3 Lily Street.
Part of this centre is on the site where the Dalmarnock Parish church stood

.

July 2004, Extract from messageboard, GlescaPal Carlin, Fife, Scotland
..... Dalmarnock Parish Church ah went tae the Sunday School there, an' the Girls Brigade. Where the fatima chapel now stands in Millerfield Road was ca'd "The Brickie Park" when ah lived in Sunnybank Street - ah don't know whit wiz oan that site afore then.

.
 

 see Page2 Dalmarnock Parish Church 1892 & 1947 certificates
               

.

If you have any church photographs get in touch with me.

.

top 

Streets Index

Church Index

  Page1   Page2

wemWEB

  welcome to  GlescaPals / GlesgaPals  remember to sign the Guestbook 
   
         
creator, owner & webmaister  Aug.2002 
 
copyright, no image or writings can be reproduced or copied without the owners consent