Just outside of Campbeltown, on the Beinn Ghuilean circuit, lies a small cemetery, known locally as The English Cemetery. Listed on the Argyll & Bute Council Asset Register as Tomaig … Read More
A change from the colourised photos of recent posts. It’s 1920 and postwar Britain was slowly recovering from the horrors of the ‘War to end all wars’. They were also … Read More
This began as a curiosity to see how some of these amazing photos would look colourised. It is heading towards an obsession now. Original unedited Images can be viewed in … Read More
Another follow on post from the last two. These are more ‘colourised’ images of other Clyde steamers. Click on the images to find out info on each.
Following on from my last post about civilised methods of travel. A couple of images of the Paddle Steamer Duchess of Hamilton, sometimes called a ‘Club Steamer’. Here she is … Read More
An old advertising card for the passenger train from Campbeltown to Machrihanish, c1912. What a lovely, unhurried way to travel the short distance from Campbeltown to Machrihanish. The Train waits … Read More