Old Photographs Of Glasgow

Old Photographs Of Glasgow




Regimental mascot Jim the Baboon was adopted by the 2nd Battalion Cameronians and brought back to Maryhill Barracks, after the War. It is alleged that he is buried beneath this tree in the Wyndford Housing Estate Maryhill Glasgow

Regimental mascot Jim the Baboon was adopted by the 2nd Battalion Cameronians and brought back to Maryhill Barracks, after the War. It is alleged that he is buried beneath this tree in the Wyndford Housing Estate Maryhill Glasgow

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