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What do you know about Yorkhill?
Yorkhill is a district on the north of the River Clyde in the West End of the city. It is known for its famous hospitals; the Royal Hospital for Sick Children and the Queen Mother's Maternity Hospital.
The ancient name of the lands was Over Newton. It is thought that a small Roman station existed on Yorkhill.
In 1868, while workmen were trenching ground on the summit of the hill, where faint indications of earthworks had long existed, they found Roman remains.
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Hospitals Children in their Boys' Brigade uniform, waiting for the royal procession, in the grounds of the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, in Yorkhill, in 1927. (continued)
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