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Grindwheel2423 viewsThis has been placed below the dated roundels of Malig Mill. These remains are in Hermitage Park and to the rear of the Victoria Halls.
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Seafront and Eagle Hotel1001 viewsAn early 1900s image of Helensburgh's West Esplanade, looking west from John Street and showing the Eagle Temperance Hotel.
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The Swimming Pool2071 viewsHelensburgh's outdoor pool. Undated, possible the 1960s.
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Quiet East Bay96 viewsA 1929 image of Helensburgh's East Bay on a quiet, grey day.
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East Bay674 viewsAn unusual view of the East Bay looking towards Helensburgh town centre. Image supplied by Gordon Fraser.
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East Bay and Queen's Hotel742 viewsA 1903 image of Helensburgh's East Bay, with the Queen's Hotel on the right. It was originally Baths House, built by Henry Bell, who built Europe's first commercial steamship the Comet in 1812. The building has had many alterations but still stands on East Clyde Street, having been converted into flats.
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East Bay1038 viewsThe East Bay and esplanade before the sea wall was built, with Queen's Hotel in the distance dominating other buildings. Image circa 1924.
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East Bay885 viewsHelensburgh's East Bay esplanade in days gone by. Image date unknown.
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East Bay1021 viewsThe East Bay with the pier in the distance. Image date unknown.
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Street flooded703 viewsA car is marooned by flooding in Helensburgh's Glenfinlas Street just above the East Clyde Street junction. 1990s photo kindly supplied by Iain Duncan.
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East Clyde Street1205 viewsEast Clyde Street, Helensburgh, circa 1912. On the left is the sign at the entrance to the Queen's Hotel, with what appears to be two Provost's lamps outside, recording the fact that the burgh's first Provost, Henry Bell, used to live there when it was the Baths Hotel.
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East Princes Street1247 viewsA busy day in the town centre at the Sinclair Street and Princes Street junction. Image date unknown.
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