Photograph of flats in Trondheim Parkway in Abbey View. Frank Connelly28th August 201714th September 2017 Places 24 Comments Photograph of flats in Trondheim Parkway in Abbey View which have now been demolished. Source It's only fair to share...FacebookTwitterStumbleUponRedditPinterest ← Event taking place in the Fire Station on 20th September about the connections b… Old photograph of the postal sorting office in Woodmill Road. → 24 thoughts on “Photograph of flats in Trondheim Parkway in Abbey View.” James Orr 28th August 2017 at 12:52 pm I live on Trondheim Parkway West now. Was this all previously Trondheim Parkway? Which end of the street is this? Kim – can you remember it like this? Reply Mary Carr 28th August 2017 at 1:53 pm No we stayed across the road in a maisonette Steven. X Reply Elizabeth Johnston 28th August 2017 at 2:05 pm Memories of the old day’s in what we used to call scabby view never mind abbyview.. But my how time has changed the area looks lot better now day’s Reply Jamie Kerr 28th August 2017 at 2:10 pm The best days of our lives the cuts that stay there now would never o survived back in the good auld days Reply John Cumming 28th August 2017 at 2:38 pm This picture shows the south side of Trondheim parkway. I remember these flats being built by local builder J Colville. We stayed on the north side in the flats built by Wimpey. Moved in 1959 into no 99. Later in 1966 moved across the road to no 108. Remember when it was all just fields no Inchkeith dr,Mackie pl or Drum rd. Reply Carol Davis 28th August 2017 at 4:00 pm We used to live in the bottom corner flat before turning Mackie Place…. Reply Loraine Nairn Clark 28th August 2017 at 4:14 pm I used to live down the bottom of Trondheim at the Woodmill Rd junction, think my mum and dad were the first tenants in 171. We moved out and back to Blairhall in May 1961 after 18mths there. Then many years later I lived in 208 Allen Crescent for 6 years til 1997 Reply Shona Brown Drummond Conyers 28th August 2017 at 4:16 pm Awh wow it takes you back!! We were up the other end Lynn Drummond Kerr Reply Craig Adam 28th August 2017 at 4:39 pm Used to get some great tips delivering milk in this street. They didn’t have much to give but always looked after the milk boy. Reply Ally Hamilton 28th August 2017 at 4:43 pm I used to deliver the bon accord juice there on a Saturday.. Reply Maureen Allison 28th August 2017 at 4:45 pm Oh Nell mind I used to watch you and Gillian there. My goodness they are flattened now Reply Anne Wilson 28th August 2017 at 5:29 pm I lived in no 31 and moved out in 1978. Saw a comment that said they were horrible. When we stayed there they weren’t. Good sized rooms and a lot bigger than some houses today. Some really good memories Laura Wemyss eh? Xx Reply Bill Gibson 28th August 2017 at 5:46 pm I lived there for a while. Great people, great community ( Abbeyview Community Centre in the flat ) great memories and certainly great character building Reply Frank Gibson 28th August 2017 at 6:36 pm I lived in Islay Road when Trondheim Parkway was built. My childhood recollection is of a big fuss getting made when the street was opened by the Mayor of Trondheim. I may be completely wrong in that! My memory is of the opening happening at the junction with Allan and Duncan Crescent. Back then we used to walk the woods where Dulloch Park is now and I remember family picnics there. Reply Ronnie Hunt 28th August 2017 at 7:47 pm Wendy Kelso stayed in the bottom flat on the right hand side as you look at the first one, Lynne Nadine Strachan stayed on the left side of the road at the other end Gail Dowsett we stayed round the corner from Lynne Reply Carol Beasley 28th August 2017 at 8:46 pm Omg we lived in that block top flat on the right. I can see ma kitchen window lol.Danielle Hobbs.xx many happy memories. Xx Reply Carol Beasley 28th August 2017 at 8:54 pm When they maisonettes first went up it was hard working people that lived there. They actually were sought after with the under floor heating. Lol Yes away in the 90s the usual happened. They started housing outsiders and it all went to pot. Reply Carol Beasley 28th August 2017 at 9:14 pm Lorna Pettigrew. Remember those days. Lol.xx yous were on the top floor left of they flats. Xx Reply Elizabeth Sinclair 28th August 2017 at 10:39 pm Aren’t these the maisonettes? We lived at No 66 till we moved to the Highlands. They were 3 bedroomed, good size.The flats were opposite…. Reply Cheryl Wilson 29th August 2017 at 10:58 am Kukai Csaba this is where ur driving into abbeyview and can go left to shop or right to mine x Reply Sheila Adams 29th August 2017 at 6:51 pm I moved into the marionette many years ago with my 2 kids , we lived at number 38 the big flats got into a mess due to neglect. The place had plenty of room and good central heating.xx Reply Margaret Livingstone 29th August 2017 at 9:26 pm It should be remembered that the new development, which featured trend-setting underfloor electric central heating, was widely regarded as a showpiece. It attracted wide media plaudits, including rave reviews in the Press of Dunfermline’s Norwegian twin town, after which the street was named. My Family was proud to receive the keys of one of the brand new maisonettes and lived happily there for seven years Reply Alison Terras Shearer 1st September 2017 at 8:45 pm It’s lovely reading all the comments So many memories of Abbey View Worked in the Coop bakery then the Mutuality and Token Desk It was a great place to work Nice people . Good area at that time ☺ Reply Jackie Elwin 2nd September 2017 at 7:48 am that is the exact spot that a Hotpoint van knocked me down. I was coming back from a fancy dress party dressed as Little Miss Moffet and I ran in front of the bus to cross the road. I remember mum picking out the gravel from my leg with tweezers and painting Eosin on me which stung like hell. Reply Leave a Reply to Margaret Livingstone Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.