Glenside

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SEPTA Main Line - Current Service
... Service on the Main Line segment between Glenside and Center City is given a special combined public timetable known as the Glenside Combined, allowing riders to see the schedules of ... As of 2010, the schedules for Glenside show that trains along the Main Line continue as Warminster Line, West Trenton Line or Lansdale/Doylestown Line trains ... Only a handful of trains actually terminate at Glenside ...
Glenside, Saskatchewan - Demographics
... In the 2011 Census, Statistics Canada originally reported that the Village of Glenside had a population of 59 living in 19 of its 24 total dwellings, a -31.4% change from its 2006 population of 86 ... In 2006, Glenside had a population of 86 living in 86 dwellings, a 36.5% increase from 2001 ...
Glenside Museum
... Glenside Museum is situated within the Glenside Campus of the University of the West of England in Fishponds, Bristol, England ... Early a consultant psychiatrist at Glenside from the 1950s ... items of memorabilia and started a collection on the balcony of the dining hall of Glenside ...
Down By The Glenside (The Bold Fenian Men) - Lyrics
... Twas down by the glenside, I met an old woman A-plucking young nettles, she ne’er saw me coming I listened a while to the song she was humming Glory O, Glory O, to the bold ... When I was a young girl, their marching and drilling Awoke in the glenside sounds awesome and thrilling They loved dear old Ireland, to die they were willing Glory O, Glory O, to the bold ... Some died by the glenside, some died near a stranger And wise men have told us their cause was a failure But they fought for old Ireland and never feared danger Glory O, Glory O, to the bold ...
Donal F. Early
... and was a consultant psychiatrist at Glenside from the 1950s ... He founded the Glenside Museum ... he published The Lunatic Pauper Palace, documenting the history of Glenside Hospital Bristol from 1861 to 1994 ...