Tollcross may refer to the following places:
Egypt, officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, is a North African and West Asian country.
Auchenshuggle is an area of the city of Glasgow in Scotland, to the south of Tollcross.
Tollcross is an area north of the River Clyde in Glasgow and has a popular park, opened in 1897, which is famed for its international rose trials. It lies approximately a mile east of the neighbouring suburb of Parkhead, and just north of Braidfauld and south of Shettleston.
Tollcross United Football Club was a football club based in Edinburgh, Scotland, who played in the East of Scotland Football League from 1987 until 2005.
Sandyhills is an area of the Scottish city of Glasgow. It is situated north of the River Clyde and has fallen within the Shettleston ward of Glasgow City Council since 2007.
Tynecastle Football Club are a Scottish football team playing in the East of Scotland League Premier Division. The club was formed in 2005 by the merger of Tynecastle Boys Club and Tollcross United. They play at the Meggetland Sports Complex in Edinburgh.
Tollcross is a major road junction to the south west of the city centre of Edinburgh, Scotland which gives its name to the surrounding area.
Braidfauld is a small area of Glasgow, Scotland which is in the East End of the city slightly north of the River Clyde and south of the Tollcross area. It was also the name of the 45th ward of Glasgow City Council, prior to the re-organisation into multi-member wards in 2007.
Myer Galpern, Baron Galpern, DL was a Scottish Labour Party politician.
Tollcross station was a railway station in the east end of Glasgow, Scotland. It was opened by the Caledonian Railway as Tollcross on 1 February 1897.
Tollcross Primary School is a mixed non-denominational primary school on Fountainbridge near Tollcross in Edinburgh, which offered the only Gaelic medium primary education in Edinburgh and the Lothians until this medium got its own facility called Bun-sgoil Taobh na Pàirce situated at the old Bonnington primary building.
The A700 road is a short but important link skirting Edinburgh City Centre between the A8 and A7 roads.
Fullarton is an area in Irvine, North Ayrshire, Scotland.
The Tollcross International Swimming Centre is a swimming pool and leisure centre in Glasgow. It hosted the Swimming events at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. The centre hosted the IPC Swimming World Championships during July 2015.
Bun-sgoil Taobh na Pàirce is a Gaelic medium primary school in Edinburgh, Scotland. Administered by the City of Edinburgh Council, the school is open to any parents in the city or surrounding areas who wish to have their children learn and be educated through Scottish Gaelic. The opening of Edinburgh's first dedicated Gaelic school on 16 August 2013, after many years of campaigning by parents and supporters, was hailed as a "landmark day" for the Scottish capital.
Shettleston is one of the 23 wards of Glasgow City Council. Since its creation in 2007 it has returned four council members, using the single transferable vote system; the boundaries have not changed since it was formed.
The 1886–87 season was the 14th Scottish football season in which Dumbarton competed at a national level.
Elections for the City of Edinburgh District Council took place on 1 May 1980, alongside elections to the councils of Scotland's various other districts. The Conservatives, who had previously controlled a majority on the council, were reduced to being just shy of a majority. The Conservatives continued to rule the council however, with Liberal support.
This senior competition was organised by the North Eastern FA in Glasgow, and open to clubs in the East and North End of the city.
The Clyde Iron Works was a Scottish-based ironworking plant which operated from 1786 to 1978.