Concrete Structure in Pollok

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Re: Concrete Structure in Pollok

Postby floweredpig » Mon Jun 15, 2009 9:04 pm

OOPS ,sorry too much wine.Saw ACR in King Tuts in 1996.Cracking gig
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Re: Concrete Structure in Pollok

Postby Josef » Mon Jun 15, 2009 9:09 pm

Saw them in the Paisley Bungalow, er, some time earlier.

Vinnie played King Tut's a couple of years back - brought the house down with a cover of a Beta Band tune.

Anyway... we may have drifted off topic somewhat. I blame that HH.
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Re: Concrete Structure in Pollok

Postby cheesemonster » Tue Jun 16, 2009 11:57 am

Josef wrote:I've got an excellent live version of a tune of that name by A Certain Ratio.

Took me twenty years before I found out what the word meant, mind. And then I rather wished I hadn't.

Ah, but which definition? During a works night out I discovered that there are numerous variations, all of which will probably make you feel sick

and no, we didn't try any of them! Though I can't say the same for the hardcore who ended up in the "Buff" afterwards...
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Re: Concrete Structure in Pollok

Postby Digitographer » Tue Jun 16, 2009 10:30 pm

Of course "felching" is t-less.
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Re: Concrete Structure in Pollok

Postby Andy+ » Sat Jan 23, 2021 5:48 am

Beavis64 wrote:I was cycling in the woods next to Lyoncross Rd and Dormanside Rd in Pollok and came across a massive concrete structure which looks like a concrete multi-storey car park...
Anyone know the history of this structure or know why it is in the middle of the woods?


It was a water tower. You used to be able to climb right to the top of it. We used to hang about in it as kids.
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Re: Concrete Structure in Pollok

Postby Henrysix » Sat Jan 23, 2021 9:20 am

Nice one Andy+
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