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ROUND 5

  1. What was the occupation of Robert Couper, who bequeathed the Couper Institute to the people of Cathcart?
    Mill owner     Publisher     Architect     Doctor
  2. Alexander Greek Thomson is interred in which south side burial ground?
    Craigton Cemetery     Southern Necropolis     Cathcart Cemetery     Gorbals Church Yard    
  3. Which one of these routes out of Glasgow does not change its name as it crosses the city boundary?
    Paisley Road West     Kilmarnock Road     Prospecthill Road     Thornliebank Road    
  4. Which station on the Cathcart Circle rail line lies between Langside and Shawlands stations?
    Maxwell Park     Crossmyloof     Pollokshaws East     Pollokshields East    
  5. What was the pre-war "route colour" of the trams to Netherlee which passed along Holmlea Road in Cathcart?
    White     Red     Green     Yellow    
  6. Along which one of these streets can you drive from start to finish without meeting a permanent barrier?
    Albert Drive     Maxwell Drive     St Andrews Drive     Shields Road    
  7. Which "Taggart" actor once lived beside the distillery in Moffat Street, Gorbals?
    Mark McManus     James MacPherson     Alex Norton     Colin McCredie    
  8. What is the name of the little stream, which forms the city boundary behind Fernleigh Road at Kilmarnock Road in Newlands?
    Happy Burn     Merry Burn     Cheery Burn     Glad Burn    
  9. Before the area became part of Glasgow, Cathcart's Council Chambers were situated in which district?
    Mount Florida     Muirend     Cathcart     Battlefield    
  10. Which junior football team play their home games at Tinto Park?
    Pollok     St Anthony's     Arthurlie     Benburb    

   



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