Part 1 of “Lambhill History & Heritage Vol.2”
The second volume of educational short films documenting the History of Lambhill, from its humble beginnings as an area of land N.W. of the city of Glasgow, that was part of the Bishops Forest in the 13th Century right through the industrial revolution to the present day.
Topics covered in this 10 Part video are
(i) the political situation in 1174 that was the background to events that lead to the creation of the Bishops forest in Glasgow.
(ii) The Hutchesons Of Lambhill 1582 – present day.
(iii) Industrial Development of the Area 1800s – 1970s [ iron forges, coal and iron stone mining, Possil Park and the Saracens Iron Foundry]
(iV] “The Way We Lived” 1930s – 1970s anecdotal stories from residents in the area..
(V) The Western Necropolis Complex 1881 to present day – Lambhill Cemetery, St. Kentigern’s Cemetery and the Western Necropolis, Hebrew Society graveyard and the Glasgow Crematorium.
(vi) Miners Rows.
(vii) St.Agnes Church
This Part 1 of Lambhill History & Heritage Vol.2
Preamble, Bishop Jocelyn, Knight Templars, Reformation, Lands Divided.
written and narrate by C21 Troy
© Internet & Digital 2011
The following links are to each individual section.
The History Of Lambhill
Section 1) Preamble – Jocelyn – Knights Templars – Bishops Forest – Reformation – Lands Divided
Section 2) The Hutchesons Of Lambhill – The Hills and the Grahams – The Castle – Incorporation.
Section 1) Industrial Development – Coal and ironstone pits – quarries – iron forges – engineering – The Halloween Pend
Section 2) Possil Park – Saracen Iron Foundry
[PART 3 ]
The Way We Lived – The Wash House – Tram Terminus – Anecdotal Stories.
Section 1) The Western Necropolis Complex – The cemeteries – Victorian Funeral Customs – war graves.
Section 2) The Glasgow Crematorium
Section 1) Coal Mining In The Lambhill Area – The Miners Rows
Section 2) Saint Agnes Church
[End Credits Section to follow]
Convivium Singers: Ave Verum Corpus from the Album
“Peter Philips – An Englishman Abroad”
Recoded and Performed by The Convivium Singers
© Convivium Records
Tracks from “A Poorman’s Labour”
Written and Recorded by The Mick West Band
© The Mick West Band
Traditional instrumental versions of Scottish Songs
Performed on electric guitar and Recorded by Paul McGuire
From the Album “Silver Spells”
© Paul McGuire
Incidental Music – C21 Troy
This Educational Media Project was part financed by
Awards For All
© Internet & Digital
Internet & Digital is a trading name for Paul Troy [AKA C21 Troy]
Watch Playlist Of All Video Files Here.