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Victory Parade809 viewsTownfolk watch the final stages of Helensburgh's World War One Victory Parade in Colquhoun Square in 1918.
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Camp photo393 viewsArgyll and Sutherland Highlanders Territorials from Helensburgh pictured at camp in the 1920s. Image supplied by Mrs Betty Stewart, whose father, Lachie McDonald, is in the picture.
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Fun at camp155 viewsMembers of 162 Battery (Helensburgh), 54 Regiment Light Anti-aircraft, Royal Artillery, Territorial Army, at camp in the late 1930s, venue unknown. The smiling man in the centre is Jonny Tait. Image supplied by Colin McIvor of Largs.
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Burgh Territorials164 viewsMembers of 162 Battery (Helensburgh), 54 Regiment Light Anti-aircraft, Royal Artillery, Territorial Army, at camp in the late 1930s, venue unknown. Image supplied by Colin McIvor of Largs.
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Antwerp Camp162 viewsMembers of 162 Battery (Helensburgh), 54 Regiment Light Anti-aircraft, Royal Artillery, Territorial Army, in camp at Antwerp. Fourth from left at rear is Billy Gilmour, fourth from right at front Ivor McIvor. Image, date unknown, supplied by Ivor's son, Colin McIvor of Largs.
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163 viewsA late 1940s reunion of 162 Battery (Helensburgh), 54 Regiment Light Anti-Aircraft, Royal Artillery, Territorial Army, possibly at the Queen's Hotel. First left is Billy Gilmour, third left Jonny Tait, fourth left Ivor McIvor. Image supplied by Ivor's son, Colin McIvor of Largs.
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1/9th Argylls Officers622 viewsA group photo of the officers of 1/9 Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, taken just before the Battalion was broken up in July 1917. This image is from a booklet entitled 'With the 9th Argylls in France and Flanders', printed and published by Macneur & Bryden Ltd. in Helensburgh and donated to Helensburgh Heritage Trust in 2010.
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Officers of the 9th Argylls579 viewsA group photo of the officers of the 9th Dumbartonshire Battalion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, taken amid the ruins of Ypres in April 1915. This image is from a booklet entitled 'With the 9th Argylls in France and Flanders', printed and published by Macneur & Bryden Ltd. in Helensburgh and donated to Helensburgh Heritage Trust in 2010.
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9th Argylls NCOs581 viewsA group photo of the Hon Quartermaster and Non-Commissioned Officers of Headquarters Staff of the 9th Dumbartonshire Battalion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, taken amid the ruins of Ypres in April 1915. This image is from a booklet entitled 'With the 9th Argylls in France and Flanders', printed and published by Macneur & Bryden Ltd. in Helensburgh and donated to Helensburgh Heritage Trust in 2010.
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The RAF Heinkel640 viewsThis photo by World War Two photographer Bob Bird shows a German Heinkel aircraft from the Marine Aircraft Experimental Research Establishment at Rhu in flight as an RAF aircraft. It was one of two Heinkel He 115 floatplanes modified by MAEE and Scottish Aviation to fly agents into Europe. Reproduced by kind permission of Robin Bird, who wrote ‘Top Secret War Bird of World War Two’ about his father.
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Argylls at Ardencaple643 viewsThe Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders — possibly Dunbartonshire Rifles (8th/9th Battalion Argylls) — parade in the field below Ardencaple Castle, Helensburgh. Image date and other details unknown. Please email the website editor, using the Contact Us facility on the main website, if you can provide any more information.
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Band at Ardencaple487 viewsThe band of the 1st Volunteer Brigade Highland Light Infantry — the Glasgow Highlanders — pictured in front of the now demolished Ardencaple Castle, Helensburgh. The photograph was taken on August 15 1901.
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