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From Pilcher to the Planets

From Pilcher to the Planets

by Dugald Cameron, Roderick Galbraith & Douglas Thomson

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TELEVISION and Me: The Memoirs of John Logie Baird

Edited by Malcolm Baird

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By the Banks of Loch Lomond

By the Banks of Loch Lomond

by Stewart Noble

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The Ingenious MR BELL

The Ingenious MR BELL

by Brian D.Osborne

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1879 Garelochside book online

PART of an historical account of the Helensburgh area first published in 1879 has been reproduced online by the website electricscotland.com.

The book, Annals of Garelochside — "being an account historical and topographical of the parishes of Row, Rosneath and Cardross" — was written by William Charles Maughan, who lived at Kilarden in Rosneath.

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Next Open Meeting

Fraser-Noble-wThe second of six Winter Open Meetings will be held on Wednesday October 28 at Helensburgh Tennis Club in Suffolk Street at 7.30pm, when Fraser Noble will talk about boatbuilding at McGruers. The AGM is at 7pm.

Winter Talks 2015-16

  • Wednesday September 30 2015 — Melissa Simpson: Hermitage Park: past, present and future
  • Wednesday October 28 — AGM at 7pm; Fraser Noble of McGruers: My family has been building boats since the 11th Century
  • Wednesday November 25 — Sir Malcolm Colquhoun and James Pearson: The Clan Colquhoun and the History of Helensburgh (to be held at the Loch Lomond Golf Club at Luss)

  • Wednesday January 27 2016 — Lachie Munro: The Many Lives of Robert Bontine Cunningham Graham — the Uncrowned King of Scotland
  • Wednesday February 24 — Sue Furness, Fiona Jackson: Hidden Heritage of a Landscape — Vengeful Vikings and Reckless Rustlers
  • Wednesday March 30 — Fiona Baker: Boutcher's Banks — the Genesis of Helensburgh?

Meetings are normally in the upstairs room at Helensburgh Tennis Club, Suffolk Street, at 7.30pm.

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Scottish Charity