Old Photograph Steamship Lady Of The Lake Lawers Pier Loch Tay Perthshire Scotland

Old photograph of the steamship Lady Of The Lake at Lawers Pier on Loch Tay, in Highland Perthshire, Scotland. This ship was named after the poem by writer Walter Scott, who set his 1810 poem Lady of the Lake, and his 1818 novel Rob Roy around Loch Katrine.

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Old Photograph Patternmakers Paisley Scotland

Old photograph of Patternmakers in Paisley by Glasgow, Scotland. The making of patterns, called patternmaking, sometimes styled pattern-making or pattern making, was and is, a skilled trade that is related to the trades of tool and die making and moldmaking, but also often incorporates elements of fine woodworking. Patternmakers, sometimes styled pattern-makers or pattern makers, learned their skills through apprenticeships and trade schools over many years of experience. Although an engineer helped to design the pattern, it was usually a patternmaker who executed the design.

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Old Photograph Farmers And Horses Newburgh Fife Scotland

Old photograph of a farmer with horses near Newburgh, Fife, Scotland.

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Old Photograph The Doctors Lifeboat Anstruther East Neuk Of Fife Scotland

Old photograph of The Doctors Lifeboat on the coast by Anstruther in the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland. This was a self-righter, a 37ft Oakley Class, designed by R.A. Oakley, whom along with Dr Norah Allan, who gifted the boat, was present on the pier in Wednesday 26th May, 1965, when she arrived after a four and a half day passage from Littlehampton.



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Old Photograph Passenger Bus Bellabeg Strathdon Scotland

Old photograph of a passenger bus and cottages in Bellabeg, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Bellabeg is located on the north side of the River Don opposite the village of Strathdon.

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Old Photograph Steam Road Roller Perth Perthshire Scotland

Old photograph of a Steam Road Roller in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.

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Old Photograph Harvesting Old Deer Scotland

Old photograph of a farmer harvesting in a field near the church in Old Deer, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The village of Old Deer is the birthplace of David B. Henderson, one of only two foreign born Speakers of the United States House of Representatives.

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Old Photograph Netherbrae Scotland


Old photograph of cottages and village hall in Netherbrae located eight miles North of Turriff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Netherbrae, like many of the neighbouring small areas, does not form a distinctly identifiable village, but is somewhat ill defined by maps and roadsigns, and in practice it overlaps with the areas around it including Overbrae, Hill of Overbrae, Mid Clochforbie, and South Clochforbie.

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