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East Clyde Street964 viewsLooking east along East Clyde Street from the pier towards the Granary Restaurant and the Old Parish Church. Image circa 1959.
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East Helensburgh944 viewsA view of East Clyde Street from Henry Bell Street looking west. Image circa 1908.
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East Princes Street970 viewsLooking east along East Princes Street from the Sinclair Street junction, with a horse and cart outside the station and two small boys with bare feet. Image circa 1906, supplied by Jim Chestnut.
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Helensburgh Esplanade1269 viewsAll ages enjoy the seafront. Date unknown.
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Helensburgh Esplanade1141 viewsA family group on the west esplanade. Date unknown.
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Pony Rides1677 viewsFun on Helensburgh beach at the pierhead in 1970.
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Old car on seafront979 viewsWest Clyde Street, Helensburgh, at the pierhead, looking west. Image pre-1945.
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West Esplanade920 viewsA sunny day on Helensburgh seafront at the foot of William Street, when the esplanade was fenced off from West Clyde Street. Image circa 1903.
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Esplanade and putting green960 viewsAn atmospheric picture of the esplanade and putting green looking west, possibly circa 1930.
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Family on West Bay884 viewsAdults and children are seen in this early 1900s image of Helensburgh's West Esplanade, looking east towards the Old Parish Church from John Street. Image date unknown.
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Ferniegair monkey puzzle tree859 viewsThis monkey puzzle tree, in the garden of 224 West Princes Street, Helensburgh, was felled on November 15 2012. Its size suggests that it was one of the original trees on the Ferniegair estate. Its proper name is Araucaria araucana, and the tree, originally from South America, is so-called after the owner of a specimen in 19th century Britain suggested that its unusual branches would puzzle even a monkey to climb. Image supplied by David Speed.
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Ferniegair entrance813 viewsAn old image of Helensburgh's West Esplanade, with the gateway to Ferniegair on the right, with Provost's lamps outside. Ferniegair was the family home of the Kidston family. Richard Kidston was Provost of Helensburgh from 1840-49, and Adrian M.M.G.Kidston was Provost in 1911-12. The mansion was demolished in the 1960s. Image date unknown.
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