Ah the joy of a mince roll late at night in Ure Street served (eventually) by Mr. Cuthbert (senior) (senior) who with heavy sarcasm we referred to as "Flash" He must have been at least 80.
Hot mince rolls better than a kebab we knew how to live back then.My wife still boaks when I suggest a mince roll but she is Glasweigian so I suppose that's the answer pity the vans not still there as she dosen't believe that we did this after a night oot clubbin
My Dad used to work for Cuthberts a long time back, recall him getting one of the vans to take us on holiday to Blackpool, presume it was on loan.
Looks like the van I use to drive on Sundays when I didnt have hangover. Picked up at Ure St and you would'nt believe the amount of rolls that got picked up of teh floor.
Art college students with a deadline would stay in the college, sometimes overnight -(very much against the rules) - and sneak out through a window, to to Cuthberts for food. There was a woman there who served and would often just look over her shoulder then give us the sausage rolls etc for nothing. Thank you, whoever you were.
This is my grandpa an he is 99 years old next week
A WEE LOOK BACK AT DUNDEE - 1960's, 1970's & 1980's.