An Airdrie service calls at Drumchapel on the dull morning of 13 January. As so often the Gaelic version of the name on the sign (Druim a Caibeal) is questionable to say the least. Toponymists are pretty much agreed that Drumchapel means 'ridge of the horse' or 'horse's back', and is nothing to do with chapels as suggested.

Location: Drumchapel

Company: Glasgow, Dumbarton and Helensburgh Railway

Photographer: David Panton

Contact photographer: David Panton

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Date: 13/01/2018

Image number: 62573

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