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Before the wholesale redevelopment of Govan, including a new underground and bus interchange, Greenhaugh Street and Robert Street were terminal points for buses on the long established routes through the south west suburbs. LA644, FUS164L, is seen on the 34 service with its replacement panorama window body, after the original was destroyed by fire in July 1973.
Not an ideal shot, but the Triumph Herald(?) was in the way as a Paton Brothers unidentified bus heads towards Govan Road as it does its terminal loop in the opposite direction to GGPTE buses. I remember it was freezing cold!!
Photo taken by Stuart Little, Saturday 4 December 1976, Greenhaugh Street, Govan
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