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7 viewsLooking down Torr Road above Rhu. Image date unknown.Jan 24, 2022
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Congratulations17 viewsKing Albert I of Belgium is congratulated by Asquith, Bonar Law and Redmond on the Belgians brave and heeroic discharge of their duties at the Siege of Antwerp, an engagement between the German and the Belgian, British and French armies around the fortified city of Antwerp during World War One. German troops besieged a garrison of Belgian fortress troops, the Belgian field army and the British Royal Naval Division in the Antwerp area, after the German invasion of Belgium in August 1914. Image c.1915.Jan 24, 2022
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Bonar Law lantern slide11 viewsA Magic Lantern Slide of Andrew Bonar Law crossing a road in London. Image date unknown.Jan 24, 2022
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Payne Grocers37 viewsAn old image of a van outside Arthur Payne's grocery store at The Clachan, Rosneath. Image date unknown.Jan 19, 2022
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Bonar Law with Mussolini213 viewsA December 1922 image of French Prime Minister Raymond Poincaré and Andrew Bonar Law with Italian dictator Benito Mussolini and Belgian Prime Minister M.Theunis at 10 Downing Street.Jan 03, 2022
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Rosneath memorial69 viewsCommander Bill Jones from the Clyde Naval Base at Faslane and Holly Smith of the Daughters of the American Revolution at the dedication of the memorial to the American and British forces who served or trained at Rosneath during the years 1941-45 on Friday September 10 2010.Dec 09, 2021
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Wartime colours128 viewsA 1942 image of the steamer Lucy Ashton arriving at Kilcreggan Pier. The 271-ton vessel was launched on May 24 1888 by T.B.Seath at Rutherglen. She began on the Holy Loch run but later became more familiar on the Gareloch service from Craigendoran. She remained on the Clyde throughout both world wars. She made her last run in February 1949. Her stripped down hull saw further experimental use by the British Shipbuilding Research Association, including being fitted with a jet engine.Dec 09, 2021
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Peninsula colours455 viewsColours are presented to the Rosneath Peninsula Boy Scout companies in 1914. Standing: J.McIntyre, Cove and Kilcreggan scoutmaster Mr Rae, Rosneath scoutmaster Mr Young, W.McGruer, G.Silver; front: G.Fleming, A.MacKenzie, J.Young, J.Keir, A.McGrouther.Dec 09, 2021
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Dancing bear112 viewsExcited youngsters surround a dancing bear, brought to publicise a circus visit, on Clyde Street. Image, date unknown, supplied by Malcolm LeMay.Dec 08, 2021
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Crusaders90 viewsThe Helensburgh Crusaders bible class run at Ardencaple on Sundays. Image, date unknown, supplied by Malcolm LeMay.Dec 08, 2021
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Citizen training324 viewsMembers of the Helensburgh Citizen Training Force drilling in 1915. Image supplied by Malcolm LeMay.Dec 08, 2021
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Highland Games86 viewsAn antique stereo image showing dancers competing in the Highland Fling at Helensburgh Highland Games in the field in front of Ardencaple Castle, c.1890.Dec 08, 2021
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