Springwells

Springwells is on the North Eastern side of Blantyre

Articles for Springwells, Blantyre

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1747
The 1747 Springwells map – Roys Military Map x1
1859
The Heart of Springwells – How Springwells came to bex3 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
Gow’s Linn Waterfall, Parkburn – Small waterfall on the Parkburnx2 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
1878
Burleigh Church – Springwells x2
1900
Caldwell Halls – Coffin Halls Glasgow Road x2
1907
Blantyre Nazarene Church – a history x1
Blantyre Lodging House – Trades Hotel (Model) x5
1908
The Greenfield Foundry – At the Parish Boundary with Burnbankx1 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
1915
Blantyre Co-op – History of Central Premises x3
1917
Osadorous Michakas v Lanarkshire Trams – court case x1
1926
Helped Soldier to Desert – tale x2
1927
Hogmanay Fatal Express – accident x1
Miner – Whose mind wandered x1
William Allen – of Springwells x
1928
The Rosendale Quads – a sad tale x1
1929
Springwells Social & Recreation Club – rejected x2
Wannabe Bookmaker – fined x1
1935
Some of it was true – Whiskey theft x1 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
1938
Four hurt in Springwells Bus crash – collided with pole x1
1940
Henderson’s Buildings – fire x1
Gambling at Springwells – WW2 x1
1942
Walter McGowan Boxer – A history of the popular fighter x1
1946
Logan Street Pools Winner – Luck shines with a pools winx1 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
Fatal Accident Tram collides with lorry – Blantyre main loses lifex1 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
1947
Sod Springwells, i’ll live in Hawaii– Emigrating to warmer climates x1 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
The Brown Tragedy -Parents lose 2 sons in 3 days x1 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
1949
Springwell Crescent – fire x1
1950
The Murphys from Logan Street – shared by Brenda Murphy x1
1952
Telephone Exchange – Low Blantyre x1
1954
Blantyre Scout Camp – outing x1
1965
Gilmours Building – on Glasgow Road x1
1968
Complaints about Rosendale – Quality of housing complaintsx1 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
Braidwood Building Contractors– Bottom of Logan Street x1
Flooding of Burnside Cottages – Parkburn floods and destroys homes x1
1971
Painting of Rosendale – by unknown artist x1
1973
Rosendale Tenements, Springwell – History of Rosendale building x1 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
1978
John Street – Right of way x2
2015
Robertsons Beach find – Bottle top in Berwick x1 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1

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3 responses to “Springwells

  1. My father was born at 4 Glasgow rd in 1917. Next to the building Burnview was the Robertson’s ginger beer factory. I remember visiting my grandparents there and there was a donkey called Peggy in a field near to a burn. There was a shop on the corner of the building but I can’t remember the name.
    I was thinking about it today as I remember my grandfather telling me about his life in the trenches in WW1. Today is 100 yr anniversary of the battle of the Somme.

    Regards
    Alice Cairns-Wallace

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