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Comet Bicentenary Website 2012 is the year of the bicentenary of Henry Bell's Comet's first voyage. Contains details of the celebrations on both sides of the Clyde, and much heritage material about Bell and the first commercial steamship in Europe.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Veterans The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders is the local regiment for Helensburgh and Garelochside. This website, edited by burgh man Jim Chestnut, who served in the regiment for six years, gives past and present information.
Hill House The Hill House in Helensburgh is considered to be Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s finest domestic creation. Sitting high above the Clyde, it is home to original Mackintosh furniture and interior design and also has attractive formal gardens.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society Charles Rennie Mackintosh, architect of Hill House in Helensburgh, designer and artist is celebrated around the world as one of the most creative figures of the early 20th century. This site explores his creative genius.
Arrochar Heritage Group The website of the award winning Arrochar, Tarbet and Ardlui Heritage Group, with a wealth of local historical information.
Arrochar Hidden Heritage Project Community-led heritage project aims to uncover the hidden heritage of the strip of land between Arrochar and Tarbet, back to the Viking days.
Baird Television This website, edited by Heritage Trust hon president Professor Malcolm Baird and his son Iain, is about Helensburgh-born John Logie Baird (1888-1946), who was the first person in the world to demonstrate a working television system, in January 1926.
Clyde Paddle Steamers Comprehensive information about the famous paddle steamers of the Clyde, with many photographs.
High Morlaggan The website of the Morlaggan Rural Settlement Group, which is investigating a site near Arrochar which dates back to 1501.
North Clyde Archaelogical Society NCAS was formed in the summer of 2013 by Tam Ward and Sandra Kelly from Biggar Archaeology Group, and a local steering group. It holds lectures and excursions.
The Neil Munro Society The Neil Munro Society was founded in 1996 to encourage interest in the works of Helensburgh author Neil Munro (Hugh Foulis), creator of Para Handy and other books.
Scottish Railway Preservation Society The Society has the largest collection of locomotives, carriages, wagons, equipment and artefacts outside the National Railway Museum. It runs the Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway, and day excursions over Britain's most scenic rail routes.
Scottish Maritime Museum The three sites operated by the Scottish Maritime Museum, including the Denny Tank Museum in Dumbarton, contain the exhibitions and collections which tell the story of Scotland's great maritime tradition.
History of Helensburgh, Australia A historical resource prepared by the Helensburgh Historical Society, New South Wales, Australia. The society is dedicated to the recording and preservation of the social history of Helensburgh and its environs.
Historic Dumfries House Dumfries House is one of Britain’s most beautiful stately homes and best kept heritage secrets. Built from 1754-60 by the Adam brothers for the 5th Earl of Dumfries, it has a unique collection of Chippendale furniture.
Baltersan Castle Website about an Ayrshire castle edited by James Brown FSAScot, historical researcher, tour guide, public speaker, who has a particular interest in Helensburgh in the early 19th century.
Secret Scotland Secret Scotland aims to provide a common resource where secret, hidden or otherwise notable points of interest around Scotland may be recorded and shared.
Historic Scotland Historic Scotland is an executive agency of the Scottish Government and is charged with safeguarding the nation’s historic environment and promoting its understanding and enjoyment on behalf of Scottish Ministers.
The Scottish Oral History Group This central body for oral history in Scotland since 1978 provides a forum for communication, news, views, information and advice.
Scottish Archives for Schools A free educational website designed by the National Archives of Scotland to support the teaching of Scottish history, as well as wider areas of the Scottish curriculum, in schools and colleges.
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