Glasgow's Forgotten Village

The Grahamston Story
- a piece of Glasgow history


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‘I enjoyed your book very much and it is one of the most interesting on Glasgow that I have read…I know that it is very difficult to pitch the product of such detailed research at the right level, but yours has been perfect.’
Stuart M Nisbet, Clarkston, Glasgow, Scotland January 2003

‘I’ve recently finished reading your book…you bring Grahamston alive…almost takes on human feelings. There is a lingering sadness at the end, like the death of a friend. Thank you again for this marvellous book…I find myself at a loss to find the words to describe my pleasure.’
George Pryde, Bishopbriggs, Scotland January 2003

‘I have just finished re-reading it, and it was even better second time round.’
Joe Freedman, Newton Mearns, Glasgow, Scotland January 2003

‘It’s amazing to think of a village being under part of Central Station all those years ago.’
Mary Marklow, Barrhead, Scotland February 2001

 

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Published June 2002.
(paperback ISBN 0-9542764-0-X).

Contact Norrie Gilliland the author of Glasgow's Forgotten Village at info@grahamston.com