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1903 Seafront388 viewsA 1903 image of a busy day on the beach in Helensburgh, just to the west of the pier.
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New Era for swimmers991 viewsThe town's first indoor swimming pool being demolished in September 2022, following the opening of the new indoor swimming pool a few days earlier. The pool had been opened in 1977 Provost Billy Petrie. Photo by Stewart Noble
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Midland Pullman comes north842 viewsOn 18 June 2022 a Midland Pullman undertook a special excursion from Darlington to Oban and back to Darlington. Here it is about to pass underneath the Old Luss Road railway bridge. Photo supplied by Stewart Noble
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Jeanie Deans at Craigendoran - Ian Plenderleath2931 viewsThe theme of the 2023 exhibition of works in the Anderson Collection is “Piers and Jetties” illustrated by artists, mainly from this area and ranging in period over the past 200 years.
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297 viewsCarriages await outside Helensburgh Central Station in East Princes Street when it was the North British Railway Company. Image c.1905.
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219 viewsLooking down Sinclair Street from Stafford Street and across at the Victoria Hall. The long low building is a garage which was originally part of the Millig Mill business, but the Mill was demolished in 1922. Originally Watts Yard Motor House and Repair Shop, it was taken over by final Mill owners R.S.MacFarlane & Son. Image date unknown.
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Helensburgh Seafront1219 viewsDate unknown.
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Kidston Park1212 viewsOnly the base of the bandstand exists today.
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Shandon Hydropathic Hotel1079 viewsOriginally West Shandon, this magnificent building was the home of Robert Napier, the greatest figure in Clyde shipbuilding and marine engineering in the mid-19th century. During World War One the Hydro became a hospital, and in World War Two it was used by the army. In 1951 it became a hotel again, but in 1957 it was closed and demolished.
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Kidston Park1107 viewsThis photo shows a gentle slope down to the water before the days of the sea wall.
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Woodstone Hotel541 viewsWoodstone Private Hotel at Rhu. Its proprietor for many years was Miss E.M.Lyle. Image c.1906.
 
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