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Clyde Street pupils371 viewsPupils at Helensburgh's Clyde Street School. Among those in the picture are Willie and Frank Cowe, Willie Aitken and Walter McInnes. Image circa 1920 supplied by Marlyn Ritchie.
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School in wartime368 viewsClass Junior 2 at Helensburgh's James Street School in February 1914. Image supplied by Marlyn Ritchie.
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Painters lorry316 viewsDavid Wilson is pictured with the McCulloch painters and decorators lorry at 29 Colquhoun Square, Helensburgh, circa 1930. Mr Wilson died about 1945, and this image was supplied by his grand-daughter, Marlyn Ritchie.
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First service337 viewsDavid Wilson at the wheel of his own bus. He was the first to run a bus service between Helensburgh and Rhu. Image, circa 1915, supplied by his grand-daughter, Marlyn Ritchie.
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Class photo400 viewsPupils at Helensburgh's Clyde Street School. Image, date unknown, supplied by Marlyn Ritchie.
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Creche391 viewsMaggie Whyte in charge of a creche at Maitland Buildings, Helensburgh. Image, date unknown, supplied by her niece, Marlyn Ritchie (nee Whyte).
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Hogwarts Express880 views"The Hogwarts Express" is pictured at Helensburgh Upper Station on October 9 2007, returning south after filming one of the Harry Potter films. The steam locomotive No. 5972 was built as "Olton Hall" for the Great Western Railway in 1928, but for the purpose of filming was renamed "Hogwarts Castle". Image supplied by Stewart Noble.
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Helensburgh in 1851480 viewsThis print of Helensburgh was presented by the townspeople in 1851 to Provost Peter Walker, who held the office from 1850-53. It was by D.Maitland McKenzie, lithograph by Allen Ferguson of Glasgow. Almost Canaletto in style, it shows the stately summer residences of the Glasgow merchants, and Henry Bell's Baths (later Queen's) Hotel can be seen.
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Helensburgh Upper engines620 viewsBlack 5 class 45407 and Class K-1 62005 — both without their nameplates — at Helensburgh Upper Station on October 13 2007. The Black 5 class of locomotive was introduced in 1934 by the London Midland and Scottish Railway. The class K-1 locomotives were ordered by the London and North Eastern Railway but were delivered after nationalisation in 1948; they were a modification of the K-4 class which had been introduced in 1938 specifically for use on the West Highland Line. Image supplied by Stewart Noble.
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View from pier426 viewsAn 1880s image by James Valentine of the fishing boats on the beach and Helensburgh's west seafront.
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Evening lecture320 viewsThe Rev John Baird, father of TV inventor John Logie Baird and minister of Helensburgh's West Established Church, later St Bride's Church, gave a lecture on the French Revolution in the Pavilion at Blanefield on February 10 1882. Image by courtesy of Michael Dryden.
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Evening lecture312 viewsThe Rev John Baird, father of TV inventor John Logie Baird and minister of Helensburgh's West Established Church, later St Bride's Church, gave a lecture on Goethe in the Pavilion at Blanefield on February 11 1881. Image by courtesy of Michael Dryden.
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