Research Centre

The Research Centre is situated in Mansfield Street, Partick, Glasgow, in part of a building erected in 1907 for the St George Co-operative Society.

It is easily reached by public transport.

Street map showing location of Research Centre
Map of Research Centre
[contains Ordnance Survey data ©Crown copyright and database right 2011]

There is a frequent bus service from the city centre to Dumbarton Road, Kelvinhall Subway is just round the corner and Partick train station is only a ten minute walk away.

The Centre offers a wide range of resources to help trace your ancestors.  These include a well stocked reference library with new books added regularly by our librarian, microfilms of original censuses covering most areas of the west of Scotland, terminals where researchers can view genealogical websites, and a wealth of other data exclusive to the Society. 

Before the onset of the pandemic, the Centre was open to members for five three hour sessions per week, with two volunteers on duty to help and advise.  Prospective members were welcome to drop in, look round and chat to a volunteer.  Hopefully, we will one day again be able to offer these facilities to our members.

We are very much looking forward to the day when we can open the Research Centre again in a safe way.  Keep checking our website for updates.