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Alasdair MacLeod 20 Sep 18
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Danny MacAskill 9 Oct 16
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Working Class History 30 Jan 18
30 Jan 1919 40,000 workers went on strike in the engineering and shipbuilding industries in Glasgow’s to fight for the 40-hour working week. Thousands of electricity workers and miners also struck in sympathy
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Prof Sharon Wright May 8
Am loving the Singer Story on BBCOne . In 1911 women workers started a major strike over low, unfair and unequal pay.
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Insider.co.uk 26 Feb 18
It's a historic day at an iconic Glasgow site.
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RMTGlasgowShipping Feb 23
12 o’clock Next Saturday we unveil memorial
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Me 21 May 16
Dreicht it may be the still wires me and inspires me yoked ferry point with the old…
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ZenoWatson 5 Feb 17
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Clair Stevens Feb 27
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John McCarney 27 Nov 16
Weekend Sunrise in Glasgow... See these and more on my website
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Tipsy Sassenach Jun 30
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The History Press 27 Nov 18
The female shipbuilder cast aside after the war
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Parliament Archives Aug 12
1965 saw the passing of Willie Gallacher. The Scottish trade unionist held the dual distinction of being the last MP to serve in Parliament & also being convicted under the 1797 Incitement to Mutiny Act for his part in the Red movement.
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David Farrell 14 Mar 16
Glesga looking grand on tonights run! 🏃🏻👌🏻
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John Munro Holleran Feb 7
Today were inspired by our to take in the form of a walk & talk along the - thank you!
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Insider.co.uk 20 Dec 17
Plans to build the largest District Heating Network in Scotland have been given the go-ahead
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𝐊𝐈𝐑𝐒𝐓𝐈𝐄 16 Aug 16
Took a stroll down the Clyde yesterday. 🚶🏼😎
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Carmelite Nuns GB 26 Apr 18
Meet the communities: The monasteries of our Association Carmel () is one of three Carmels in Scotland. The community recently moved to a smaller monastery, formerly a Notre Dame Convent. See
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Working Class History 3 Nov 17
New: online archive of newspaper from 1969-70 via
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Mondo 30 Dec 17
Still waters, running deep.
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