A message from Ed...
A lot of effort and time has gone into compiling this site. Its intention is to give nostalgic enjoyment. Please leave a note in my guestbook below to let me know that you visited. It will be appreciated and will encourage me to keep the the pages updated.
Over the years, my tidy and organised array of photos has become huge and generally disorganised by the accumulation of item donations from many over the years. I make no apology for this apparent disarray and feel that this labyrinth of historic items lends itself to in-depth browsing to uncover those little 'gems' which can be found here and there by those with a nostalgic nose.
Please also note that the photos are best viewed in full screen. A smartphone screen will not do them justice
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|6 Pages of thumbnails in a haphazard collection
|Then and Now||History of Cambuslang||Aerial photos||Select
personal items of an historic nature
donated by individuals for publication
|Area Redevelopment 1960s.|
|Historic maps||Ramble round Cambuslang 1850s||Poems||When Dinosaurs ruled in Cambuslang||Kings Crescent area|
|Hallside Village Terraced Houses 1978||Movie of Old Cambuslang 1933 and (Video Stills) - Courtesy of L.E.A.P Ltd, Tel 0141 641 5169 for more details||Names and obituaries of some local war heroes||Mainly Halfway photos taken Oct 09||Local Astronomer - Henry McEwen|
Electoral Roll Place Names from 1881. A guide to locating historic addresses from their geographic sequential layout.
of trams taken late 1950s
An Industrial History of Cambuslang
written and donated by Colin Findlay November 2013
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