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     Streets of Bridgeton 

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Dec.2007 Extract from e-mail, GlescaPal Scotbandit, Canada. aunt is front row, far left, and almost exactly half out of the frame. She is around two years old which sets this photo at probably 1925 as she is now 84 years young. (Mrs. Susan Glasgow, nee McGuigan.)   My mother, Margaret McGuigan, is one of the weans being held or swaddled. 

The wee shop in the background was owned by their grandparents for a number of years and was a busy wee place for fags, bread & milk and a newspaper etc. so one of the Brigton Pals might recollect it.


Feb. 2013, Extract from email Margaret O'Reilly (Louden), Ireland                     
My granny Maggie Turner (Duncan) is standing in the door of the shop in Nuneaton St photo, and I can see my uncle Tommy Turner in the front row and my Mammy Annie Louden(Turner)and my auntie Jeannie Creighton (Turner) just behind him. Their uncle Bill Duncan (my granny's brother) owned the Dairy and the wee sweetie shop on the other side of the road. What wonderful memories of Nuneaton street this site brings back. Happy days.
My mammy is also in the 1927 Dalmarnock school photo aged 7yrs old(front row 4th from right).
As Bob Hope would say,,,Thanks for the Memories,



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