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Unknown Football Team1701 viewsThe venue might be Ardenconnel Park, Rhu, but neither the team nor the date are known.Nov 09, 2007
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Spirited Performance901 viewsThe cast of the Garelochhead Players production of 'Blithe Spirit' in April 1982.Nov 09, 2007
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Open Day1379 viewsMembers of the public enjoy an Open Day at Garelochhead Army Training Camp in 1973.Nov 09, 2007
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Heather Day1216 viewsSupporters of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children take a Heather Day collection in Colquhoun Square in September 1918. The message of the trays reads: “Send Good Luck to your Friends at the Front”.Nov 09, 2007
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Seafront Celebration1021 viewsThe Henry Bell Monument is decorated with bunting as townfolk celebrate the centenary of Henry Bell's steamship Comet in 1912.Nov 09, 2007
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Centre Opens1064 viewsSome of the children who attended the official opening of the Drumfork Community Centre in the Churchill naval married quarters estate in 1968.Nov 09, 2007
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Cubs in the news1114 viewsMembers of a Helensburgh cub pack visit the then Helensburgh Advertiser office in East King Street in 1969, and are shown the Cossar printing press by managing director Craig Jeffrey.Nov 09, 2007
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No Chaps!1370 viewsFive lady swimmers play dominoes in Helensburgh Outdoor Pool in the 1930s.Nov 09, 2007
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Pony Rides1771 viewsFun on Helensburgh beach at the pierhead in 1970.Nov 09, 2007
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CND Demonstration1363 viewsMembers of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament demonstrate outside the south gate of the Clyde Submarine Base at Faslane on March 22 1982.Nov 09, 2007
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New Year Swim 19662479 viewsBy tradition, girls were the first to enter the water at Helensburgh pier. The first man in was Helensburgh Swimming Club president Angus Trail, his 38th Ne'erday plunge. This was the first year that certificates were presented to the participants. Designed by local artist Gregor Ian Smith, they bore the proud inscription 'Many are cauld but few are frozen'.Nov 07, 2007
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Burgh Engine1304 viewsThis Gresley designed 2-6-2T V1 engine, 67603, which weighed 84 tons, is pictured at the Helensburgh Central Station Shed in 1958. This class was introduced in 1930.Nov 07, 2007
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