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Helensburgh Merchants595 viewsLeading members of Helensburgh Merchants Association, circa 1970. The men are Cyril Thompson of Kerrs, Bob McMeeking of C.G.Reid Ltd., and restaurateur David Milne.
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Swedish toast311 viewsHelensburgh was not the only place where the bicentenary of Henry Bell’s Comet was remembered on Saturday August 4 2012 — a toast was proposed in Sweden. As he had done 50 years earlier, retired naval architect Gerhard Schack, an octogenarian, raised a glass in tribute to the man who pioneered commercial steamships. This is a picture of the Comet model he made himself.
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The Great Marquess604 views61994 "The Great Marquess" is seen at Craigendoran junction on May 6 2008. This class K-4 locomotive was built for the London and North Eastern Railway in 1938 specifically for use on the West Highland Line. Image supplied by Stewart Noble.
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Academy opening1353 viewsProvost William Petrie OBE JP DL of Argyll and Bute Council, a former pupil who met his wife Jean at the original Hermitage School, officially opens the second Hermitage Academy at Colgrain on June 4 2008, watched by headmaster Geoff Urie.
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Bandstand and Granary839 viewsA view east from Helensburgh pier towards the old bandstand, the granary, and the Old Parish Church, circa 1908. The granary was a malt barn from the 1700s, and about 1900 part of it was converted into a garage. It became a restaurant in 1934 and was demolished in 1980. The church was built in 1847 and demolished in the 1980s.
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Horse as well as motor transport557 viewsUnknown vehicle in the foreground, with a horse and carriage in front of it as well as one approaching. Craigendoran Station and pier is in the far background on the right. Pre-1909.
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Deborah Kerr with her daughters547 viewsHelensburgh-born film and theatre star Deborah Kerr pictured with her daughters Francesca (left) and Melanie. Image circa 1957.
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Maid of the Loch519 viewsThe paddle steamer Maid of the Loch leaving Inversnaid for a cruise to the head of Loch Lomond in June 1968. The 555-ton vessel was the last paddle steamer built in Britain, and the last of a long line of Loch Lomond steamers beginning about 1816. Built by A. & J.Inglis of Glasgow, she was dismantled, shipped by rail to Balloch, reassembled, and launched on March 5 1953. Her last commercial sailing was in August 1981, and now she is looked after at Balloch Pier by the Maid Preservation Society.

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Helensburgh Cubs20 viewsA 1946 group of Helensburgh Cubs. Top row (from left): Teddy McEwan, Jim Steel, Jim Spence, Norman Fagan, Billy Dixon, Robert Watt, Gordon Hamilton, Sandy Wright, ?, Robin Adair, Cosmo Fraser, Gordon Grant; second row: Scott Milne, Jim Aitken, John Oswald, Graham Scott, Charlie Dickens, ?, Gordon Peebles, Tony McAuley,(first names unknown) McLeod and Norvel, Jim Kennedy, Robert Burns; third row: Willie Thomson, Hugh Abraham, Billy Campbell, Campbell Jardine, Mary Brough, ?, Miss Murdoch, ?, ?, Gordon Fraser, Clark Gibson, Douglas Lamb, Leo Hendry; front row: Tony Wright, Sandy Peters, Angus Tran, Jim Campbell, Jim McNeil, Donald Cameron, Alistair Campbell Kenneth Gibson, ?, David Griffith. Image supplied by Gordon Fraser.May 17, 2016
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Dancing class27 viewsHermitage Secondary School teacher John Blain's Scottish Country Dancing class around 1951-52. From left: Ailsa Pattison, Jean Hamilton, Judith Peel, Angus Tran, Pat Paterson, Ian McLeod, Gordon Fraser and John Trail. Image kindly supplied by Gordon Fraser.May 15, 2016
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Tuning up23 viewsMembers of Helensburgh Clan Colquhoun Pipe Band prepare before entertaining tourists at Duck Bay, Loch Lomond, in 1997. Image kindly supplied by Gordon Fraser, who now lives in Sweden.May 15, 2016
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On parade27 viewsA Helensburgh Boys Brigade company pictured outside Hermitage Park on a Remembrance Day day parade. More details would be welcomed, and it is thought that the leader was a Mr Watt. Image — date unknown — kindly supplied by Gordon Fraser, who now lives in Sweden.May 15, 2016
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Amateurs on tour36 viewsThe Helensburgh Amateurs team pictured at Hinckley, near Coventry, when they played a friendly match there in 1960. Back row (from left): Robert Robb, Gordon Fraser, David Wilkie, Jim Rice, Barry Gray, Jim Paterson; front: John Singleton, Jim Healy, Billy Dixon, Peter Cavana, Tommy Bell. Image kindly supplied by Gordon Fraser, who now lives in Sweden.May 15, 2016
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Waverley 201220 viewsHelensburgh photographer Brian Averell took this stunning image of the paddle steamer Waverley heading down river from the pedestrian walkway on the Erskine Bridge in July 2012, and it is reproduced here with his permission. Built by A. & J.Inglis at Pointhouse, Glasgow in 1946, the 693-ton Waverley entered service in 1947 and is the world's last sea-going paddler. She replaced the first Waverley, built in 1899 and sunk at Dunkirk in 1940, and cruised the Clyde until 1973 for Caledonian-MacBrayne. In 1974 she was sold to the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society and re-entered service in 1975. She calls regularly at Helensburgh in summer.May 13, 2016
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Burgh basketball43 viewsHelensburgh Baskdetball Club's senior team; back row (from left), Robert Galbraith, Willie McSporran, George Forsyth, Sandy Clow, Ian Martin; front, Gordon Fraser, ?, Jim McNeill, Richard West, Norbert Spath. Image kindly supplied by Gordon Fraser, who now lives in Sweden.May 11, 2016
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Burgh Basketball38 viewsHelensburgh Basketball Club's 1963-64 senior and juniors. Seniors in white, juniors in black; back row (from left), Jim McNeill, Gordon Hamil, Jim Caldwell, Gordon Stewart, Sandy Clow, Hector McClelland, Jim McPherson; middle row, Derek West, Richard West, Kenny Wilson, Gordon Fraser, James Galbraith, Andy Gillespie, ?; front, Graham McKenzie, Terence Neil. Image kindly supplied by Gordon Fraser, who now lives in Sweden.May 11, 2016