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The Dookit and Jimmy "Brick" McCallum

The Blantyre Picture Theatre was constructed in 1913 on Glasgow Road near the corner of Alpine Street. It was the first cinema in the area to show reels of film and proved an instant hit with the entire population, young and old alike. 355 more words

Blantyre Buildings

Triumph of the will - a tale of blind foolishness

If I can fix a typewriter, surely I can fix a motorcycle

No, I haven’t fallen of the face of the earth or shut down my blog.

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Mary Ellen Connolly was born on the 25th of December 1875 at James Street in Sligo Ireland, she was the daughter of Michael Connolly (A Baker) & Maria Carr. 408 more words

Talking Hoops With Detroit Titans' Head Coach Ray McCallum

DETROIT — As the 2015-16 University of Detroit Mercy Titans men’s basketball season fast approaches head coach Ray McCallum sat down with Dan Leach and Jeff Lesson Sunday morning on… 96 more words


Livingstone Centre Warden's Surprise

Mr Robert M’Callum of Blantyre who was warden of the Livingstone National Memorial at Blantyre was greeted by an unusual sight when he turned up for work one morning in May 1936. 194 more words

Blantyre Events

Future is bright with McCallum at the helm

A professional career in football being cut short through injury is a crutch that a lot of players would use as an excuse to wallow in self pity. 488 more words