| Streets of Glesca .........Baltic Street
was formed on ground acquired by Baltic Jute Works
Co, who built
extensive factories here.
It was a very long street in Bridgeton and
ran north to south between Heron Street and
Baltic Street taken at the junction of Ruby
Street. Looking north.
Baltic Street at the junction of Fairbairn,
Extract from e-mail, Art & Diane Hericks,
Wisconsin, USA. Aug.2002
" I was
stationed in Holy Loch in the early 70's
and met my wife there. She is a Canadian.
Her mother grew up on Baltic Street and
she always told me stories of the place.
You have kept a good piece of history
alive by starting this website. It is too
bad that all those beautiful old buildings
were destroyed in the name of progress.
Keep up the good work and we will keep on
Extract from e-mail, Nessie Martinez (nee
Mercer), Washington, USA.
" I lived at 210 and 224 Baltic
Street and went to
Dalmarnock School with my sisters May
and Joan.1945-1952. I could write a book
about time spent there and a good one at
e-mail, Ruth Hoyles (nee Graham), age
85, Stockport, England
everyone....my name as a youngster was Ruth
Graham...I lived in Baltic Street
Bridgeton...went to Springfield school, then ro
Riverside SS school....I trained and qualified
as a State Registered Nurse at Yorkhill then
Stobhill hospitals....I wonder if my name is
familiar to anyone....if it is, I should love to
hear from you....I now live in England....have
done for many years....all the best to you all.
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