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Tarbet Hotel, circa 19221298 viewsErected about 1810, the Tarbet Hotel was built in true Scottish baronial style with fine features both inside and out, and has been a mecca for visitors ever since.Oct 13, 2007
Vice-Admiral Sir Ian McGeoch1215 viewsHELENSBURGH man Vice-Admiral Sir Ian McGeoch, who died on August 12 2007 at the age of 93, is reputed to have played a major part in the choice of Faslane as the home of Britain’s Polaris submarine fleet. But the World War Two hero was best known as a submarine ace and a serial escaper after being captured by the Germans in the Mediterranean in 1943. Oct 13, 2007
Percy Pilcher in flight956 viewsPercy flies the Hawk glider at Eynsford in 1897.Oct 13, 2007
Percy Pilcher with his Bat glider969 viewsTaken in 1895, probably at Auchensail Farm, Cardross.Oct 13, 2007
The Pilcher Hawk Glider1005 viewsPercy Pilcher flies his Hawk glider in 1897.Oct 13, 2007
Larchfield School 19562938 viewsHeadmaster Stephen Hutchinson with the staff and pupils of the Colquhoun Street school in the summer of 1956.Oct 13, 2007
Helensburgh, Looking East945 viewsTaken from the pier.Oct 13, 2007
The Rose Garden914 viewsA view in Hermitage Park.Oct 13, 2007
View from the Highlandman's Way916 viewsShowing a steamer heading for Craigendoran Pier and one which has just left Helensburgh pier, with Ardmore Point in the distance.Oct 13, 2007
Helensburgh Public Hall and School 19031074 viewsA photograph from the top of the St Columba Church tower, looking up Sinclair Street, published as a postcard by J.Valentine & Co. of Dundee. It shows the chimney of the Malig (or Millig) Mill.
This postcard is part of, and is reproduced by kind permission of, the University of St Andrews Library Special Collection.
Oct 13, 2007
Helensburgh from the air1587 viewsThe town centre area, believed to have been taken about 1920.Oct 13, 2007
A K Class Submarine1256 viewsOne of these submarines sank in the Gareloch on January 29 1917Oct 13, 2007
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