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West Esplanade765 viewsA pre-World War Two view of Helensburgh's West Esplanade looking towards the east from near the foot of James Street.
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West Esplanade843 viewsThe boats for hire are waiting in this 1909 view of the West Esplanade from the pier head.
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West Helensburgh1102 viewsThe west side of Sinclair Street from just below West Argyle Street, taken from the St Columba Church tower. Circa 1912.
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West Esplanade875 viewsLooking east along Helensburgh's West Esplanade, circa 1947. Image supplied by Jim Chestnut.
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West Princes Street904 viewsThis postcard is titled East Princess (two obvious mistakes!) Street looking east. The building on the right is now the Royal Bank of Scotland, and the nearest shop on the left is now Anne Of Loudounville. The fences either side form part of Colquhoun Square. Image supplied by Jim Chestnut, date unknown.
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West Princes Street996 viewsA sunny day in West Princes Street, looking west from Sinclair Street, after the burgh centenary monument was moved from the centre of Colquhoun Square to the north west quadrant. Image circa 1923.
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West seafront1463 viewsLooking west from the pier, with some youngsters paddling. Date unknown.
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The William Street shelter1714 viewsLooking east along West Clyde Street, with the now demolished William Street shelter on the right and two horse-drawn carriages on the road. Image circa 1915.
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Bandstand and Garage2201 viewsA view of the Helensburgh seafront bandstand with the Granary building in the distance during the period that it was a Garage and Wolseley Depot, circa 1920.
     
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