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Maps of Glesca - very large files

    

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Street Map 1896 
east-end streets

Glesca Map  1914
streets

Street Map pre-1971 
east-end streets 

Street Map  1950s
Trongate - Glasgow Green

Street Map 1950s
Bridgeton-Dalmarnock-Camlachie

Street Map 1950s
Carntyne -Parkhead-Tollcross

Street Map 2005  
Townhead - Trongate - Calton

Street Map 2005  
Hutcheson - Bridgeton- Parkhead

Street Map 2005  
Dennistoun - Carntyne -Camlachie

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Boundaries are sometimes no' very clear and open tae debate and local perceptions. Brigton / Dalmarnock is wan dear tae me
Ella, New York USA ....
I have been out of the country for many years, and the railway bridge in Dalmarnock Rd. was always the dividing line between Dalmarnock and Bridgeton, at least it was when I lived there.
Chrissie, Glasgow .... Bridgeton becomes Dalmarnock at Ruby Street hence the tram depot was called Dalmarnock Tram Depot, Dalmarnock Primary School etc.

 

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from The Glasgow Post Office Directory 1911-1912  
DESCRIPTION OF BOUNDARIES OF NEW WARDS.

I. Ward,
Dalmarnock. That portion of the City comprehended within a line drawn from the centre of Bridgeton Cross southwards along the middle of Main Street and Rutherglen Bridge to a point where the middle line of said bridge intersects the middle line of the River Clyde ; thence up the middle of the River Clyde to a point in the Municipal boundary of the City where it strikes off from the River Clyde opposite the south-eastern boundary of Westthorn Waterworks ; thence north-eastwards along the said boundary line to the middle of London Road; thence westwards along the middle of London Road to the centre of Bridgeton Cross, the point first before described.

II. Ward, Calton. That portion of the City comprehended within a line drawn from the centre of the Cross of Glasgow southwards along the middle of Saltmarket and Albert Bridge to a point where the middle line of said bridge intersects the middle line of the River Clyde ; thence up the middle line of the River Clyde to a point where the same is intersected by the middle line of Rutherglen Bridge ; thence northwards along the middle of said bridge and Main Street to the centre of Bridgeton Cross ; thence westwards along the middle of Canning Street to a point opposite the middle of Clyde Street ; thence northwards along the middle of Clyde Street and Abercromby Street to a point in the middle of Gallowgate; thence westwards along the middle of Gallowgate till it reaches the centre of the Cross of Glasgow, the point first before described.

 

 

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