Hunter Street (also referred to as Barracks) was the Pumpherston Oil Co. depot for Glasgow which was developed by the Scottish Oil Agency as a base for distribution of naptha, burning oil, and other oils by barrel.
- AR0721 (record missing) Agreement, dated 1913, between the North British Railway and Youngs PLMO Co. regarding ground for oil storage tank at Hunter St. siding.
- Reference to agreement , dated 1912, between the North British Railway and Youngs PLMO Co. regarding ground for oil storage tank at Hunter St. siding, High St. Goods yard. See 215853 page 340
- Note of agreement between Young's PLMO Co.and DJ Menzies over lease of 22-26 Bishop St. as a motor garage. 215853 page 379
- I have also to recommed that the Hunter Street depot of the Pumpherston Company be used as the distributing depot for bulk delivery of naptha, bulk delivery of burning oil, bulk deliver of local and West Highland oil, stock of miner's paraffin, collecting ground for empty barrels.Scottish Oil Agency minute book No. 1, page 64. See full record 215765, page 64
- Ground at Hunter Street owned by LNER and leased to the Scottish Oil Agency Ltd in 1918 for erection of tanks and depot. Also arrangement for installation of surface boxes on a loop line. See full record 183530 page 101
- Hunter St. depot is listed in a 1921 directory as owned by the Pumpherston Oil Co. Ltd