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Possibly one of the least well known thoroughfares in Parkhead.
It is the lane that runs down the side of Belvidere Hospital, just past Belvidere Bowling Club on London Road.
The burn referred to in the ancient name is Camlachie Burn, which flows through the district, on its way to meet the Molindinar Burn, below Glasgow Green.
There were five closes in the street and virtually all of the heads of the households are shown in the 1913 Valuation Roll as being labourers.
The properties were owned by William Beardmore & Co.
At number 62 a four year old girl was injured when she fell twenty feet into the close stairwell on 6th October 1968.
A cul-de-sac off 989 Gallowgate it was named after the Lands of Croft which were in the vicinity.
By the early seventies both these works had disappeared from the landscape, and Camlachie Street is now no more than a disjointed track, and in no way reflects its lively past.
Runs off 394 Westmuir Street and is named after Queen Caroline.The street was named after the famous firm of William Arrol & Co., whose Dalmarnock Ironworks were located nearby.Arrol’s were founded in 1868 and are perhaps best known for manufacturing the steelwork for the Forth Rail Bridge.Distilling ceased at Camlachie in 1920 and it became a bonded warehouse.Within the complex stood a villa, known as Burnpoint House, and this was the house of the distillery manager.Originally known as Baird Street and named after Robert Baird, an oil and colour merchant.The street runs from 222 Westmuir Street to Tollcross Road, it is named after the village of the same name in Fife.During the Second World War, Polish troops were billeted in the warehouse buildings.A few hundred yards away at number 100, was an acid works, the premises of Turnbull Stuart & Co., which dated from 1813.Nearby, close to the junction with Muiryfauld Drive stood the Caroline Coal Pit.The district of Parkhead was founded on two industries, coal mining and weaving, before the Reoch brothers established Parkhead Forge in 1837, which saw the start of industrial expansion in the area.