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What do you know about Carntyne?
Carntyne (CÃ rn an Teine in Gaelic) is a district in the Scottish city of Glasgow. It is situated north of the River Clyde, and to the east end of the city. Carntyne may have derived its name from the Southern Picto-Scot Settlement of Cairn-ton, however Carntyne may be "fire cairn", from CÃ rn an Teine in the Gaelic, given the abundance of coal in the area.
The Carntyne estate had long been celebrated for its almost inexhaustible seams of coal. These had been wrought by the Grays, from generation to generation, since about the year 1600.
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People's Palace - Glasgow Green. Susan Jeffrey and Elizabeth O'Rourke dismantle Anderson Shelter in a Carntyne back garden for People's Palace. The historic Anderson Shelter dates back to 1939. 5/8/ (continued)
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