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Rhu Amateurs727 viewsThe Rhu Amateurs football team and officials at Ardenconnel Park, Rhu. Image circa 1925.
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Hermitage under 14s1214 viewsThe Hermitage Academy under 14 'A' football team who won the West Dunbartonshire League in 1962, winning 15 out of 16 matches. Back: G.Don, A.Brabender, A.Quinlan, A.Stimson, K.Thompson, G.Gall, G.McKerrow; front: teacher Mr McKinnon, M.Mickie, A.Sharpe (capt), A.McGougan, S.Colquhoun, janitor and coach Angus McWilliams. Missing from the picture was C.McKell.
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Ardencaple cricket773 viewsA Helensburgh Cricket Club match is in progress on the current pitch, while beyond is the Helensburgh Football Club pitch and pavilion. In the distance is the Larchfield School pavilion. Image circa 1930.
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Clyde Street School 19511765 viewsA picture of a class at Helensburgh's Clyde Street School. Image supplied by Alex Hunter, Ontario, Canada, who is in the front row, second from the right. The boy on his right is Joe McKell, who went on to become a well known local footballer. The teacher was Miss Laing. Alex would welcome any further information.
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Clyde Street School 1953-41766 viewsA picture of a class at Helensburgh's Clyde Street School. Image supplied by Alex Hunter, Ontario, Canada, who is in the third row, second from the right. In the second row, fourth from left, is Mary MacKinnon, and on the extreme left of the front row is Joe McKell who went on to become a well known local footballer. Alex thinks the teacher was Miss Minto, and would welcome any more information.
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Clyde Street School team795 viewsAn early team from Clyde Street School with a trophy, possibly the local primary schools football league or cup. The school opened in 1903. Anyone with more information is asked to contact the editor of the Trust website, using the Contact Us facility on the main website home page. Image date unknown.
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Unknown Football Team1263 viewsThe venue might be Ardenconnel Park, Rhu, but neither the team nor the date are known.
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Helensburgh West864 viewsAn aerial view of west Helensburgh, showing Helensburgh Lawn Tennis Club in the days of its original wooden pavilions, and the Helensburgh Football Club pitch at Ardencaple. The image, date unknown, is from the collection of William Orr of Rhu, who was at one time the Burgh Engineer before becoming the Assistant Engineer for Argyllshire, and it was supplied by his great nephew, Alistair Quinlan.
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Helensburgh Football Club circa 19251624 viewsSitting on the far right, centre row, is the 1890s ex-Rangers and Scotland goalkeeper Matt Dickie.
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Helensburgh team 1910783 viewsA Helensburgh football team and officials from 1910. In the middle row fourth from right is Abraham Reece. Image supplied by Sue Taylor.
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Helensburgh FC873 viewsThe original Ardencaple pitch of Helensburgh Football Club, with the cricket pitch and West Montrose Street below, from an aerial view of west Helensburgh. The image, date unknown, is from the collection of William Orr of Rhu, who was at one time the Burgh Engineer before becoming the Assistant Engineer for Argyllshire, and it was supplied by his great nephew, Alistair Quinlan.
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Hermitage FP football team 1912-131017 viewsBack row: J.Gilmour, S.Carson, R.Duncan, R.Martin, J.MacFarlane, W.Buchanan, T.White, T.MacFarquhar. Front: Morrison, S.Brown, W.Roxborough, W.Wright, G.McLachlan, A.McCulloch, F.Duncan. Unfortunately there is a mark on the print covering the face of the player in the middle of the front row. This club was revived after the Second World War and offered several sports for a number of years. Image supplied by Iain McCulloch.
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