GoRdY_b wrote:As for the Kilmarnock stank cover, with me being originally from Ayr it doesn't surprise me that Killies are associated with gutters!
Targer wrote::?: Does anyone remember or have a photograph of the built-in to the pavement refuse containers usually for street sweepings. They were engineering marvels. Simple design, functional and blended in with their background. I don't think current engineering efforts could come up with an equally good design?
GoRdY_b wrote:Am I right in thinking that the concrete lampposts picture was taken at what was South Nitshill or thereabouts?...........
james73 wrote:The Modern Fossil wrote:Rubber track (thanks -G-) Is this the very last one?
Right, daft question time - what are those things for?
amcd wrote:GoRdY_b wrote:As for the Kilmarnock stank cover, with me being originally from Ayr it doesn't surprise me that Killies are associated with gutters!
Careful now! Killie born and bred . Fancy that, somebody fae Ayr slagging Killie .
Don't dis the Glenfield though, they built a cracking wave machine in the Auld Killie pool. There's Glenfield and Kennedy stuff the world over.
Including they old water fountains you used to get in public parks.
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