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A World Apart
The story of the men and boats that kept communication and commerce alive for the Hebridean islanders in all weathers and despite the many dangers.
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Aberdeenshire's Lost Railways
In keeping with the format of our other lost railway books, this volume contains a selection of excellent historic photographs of stations and rolling stock, this time featuring...
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Along Great Western Road
Along Great Western Road is an illustrated history of the West End of Glasgow, the architecture, the famous residents, the institutions and the development, and later destruction...
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Always Boats & Men
A beautifully put together volume reflecting upon the relationship between an island people and the vessels that carry them ‘down to the sea in ships’. Featuring the poetry...
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Angus & Kincardineshire's Lost Railways
Dundee had one of the earliest railway systems in Scotland (dating from the 1830s), and by the early 1900s a network of lines served virtually every town and village in Angus and...
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Argyll and the Highlands' Last Days of Steam
An album of steam-era images by railway photographer Bill Smith, who also wrote the accompanying captions. Locations featured include: Crianlarich Upper, Craigendoran Upper, Helensburgh...
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Argyll and the Highlands' Lost Railways
At the height of the railway era, the Scottish Highlands had a total of 183 railway stations, serving some of the most remote parts of the United Kingdom. Road transport was virtually...
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Ayr as it Was, and as it is Now (Stenlake)
The sea-front town of Ayr is one of the most historically colourful in the region. Once a monastic seat and yet battle hardened by Cromwell's armies it was also the site of the...
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Ayrshire’s Last Days of Colliery Steam
A beautiful book with some dramatic pictures of the final days of these steam workhorses of Ayrshire's deep pit mining industry, some of which which were still operating right...
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Banff, Moray & Nairn's Lost Railways
From over a hundred stations between them, Banff, Moray and Nairn now have just four. During the late nineteenth century fishing, agriculture, tourism and whisky fuelled the rapid...
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Biggar in the First World War
In-depth look at the Lanarkshire town of Biggar during the Great War. Includes a chapter on Biggar before the war which sets the scene, biographies of casualties and some of the...
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Borders' Last Days of Steam
Now that the Waverley line may finally be reopened, the Borders could soon enjoy the convenience of a railway once again. But in the meantime, this book recalls the line and the...
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Burns for Bairns
A completely new edition of this thoughtfully compiled and beautifully illustrated selection of poems to be read to and by children of all ages. The author had a lifetime involvement...
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Bygone Bellshill
The schools, factories, streets and shops of Bellshill and Mossend are shown here in the first half of the nineteenth century. There's a picture of the town's firemen posing on...
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Bygone Cairnbulg, Inverallochy & St Comb
The author, Jim Buchan, passed away before this book had been completed although most of his research and writing up had been done. With assistance from his family the book has...
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Bygone Clydebank
The origins of Clydebank can be traced back to 1 May 1871 when the first turf of Clydebank Shipyard was cut on the farmlands of West Barns o' Clyde. Next to come was the Singer...
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Bygone Fraserburgh
Fraserburgh is famed as a fishing port, and every aspect of this cornerstone of the local economy is recorded in Jim Buchan's book. There are pictures illustrating the conversion...
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Bygone Govan
George Rountree spent much of his childhood in the 1930s and 40s in Govan, and has been able to bring a unique insight to the collection of pictures gathered for this book. Everything...
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Bygone Leith
Leith was once a fiercely independent burgh that was absorbed under duress in 1920. Over the past century it has undergone dramatic redevelopment, with many landmark buildings...
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Bygone Maryhill
This is Guthrie Hutton's second book on Maryhill and illustrates the well-loved neighbourhood (including Queen's Cross and extending south as far as St George's Cross) with a new...
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Bygone Montrose
Bygone Montrose with Inverkeilor, Lunan Bay, Rossie, Usan, Ferryden, Bridge of Dun, Hillside, Dubton and Craigo. The lengthy subtitle says this book looks not only at the town...
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Bygone Perth
Guthrie Hutton's second book on Perth for Stenlake features almost 180 archive photographs, accompanied by captions telling the story of the city's growth and development. There...
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Bygone Peterhead
Bygone Peterhead gives a taste of early to mid-twentieth century life in the old harbour town with a wide variety of photographs. Local industry is represented by the herring boats...
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Bygone Pollokshaws
George Rountree's second book for Stenlake on Pollokshaws features an entirely new collection of pictures, accompanied by the author's trademark detailed captions. The Round Toll...
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Bygone Scone
Scone occupies a special place in Scottish History as the location where Scottish monarchs were crowned and its association with the famous ‘Stone of Destiny’. However, these...
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Caledonian Canal, Lochs Locks and Pleasure Steamers
The Caledonian Canal was cut to link Scotland's east and west coasts and among its many users were boats engaged in herring fishing - as the fish migrated, they were followed from...
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Caledonian, The Monster Canal
Following the 'Great Glen', the massive geological fault that runs diagonally right across Scotland, the Caledonian Canal is a photographer’s paradise. Rich in spectacular scenery...
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Castle & the Bear
A short history of the Edinburgh based railway company (which also had a few lines in England, mainly in Northumberland) from its inception in the 1840s until Grouping in 1923...
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Central Scotland's Last Days of Steam
Another superb collection of 1950s and 1960s photos taken through the lens of W. A. C. Smith, who has also selected the photos and written the text. Locations featured include...
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Clyde Coast Connections
A sentimental journey through years and modes of transport, encompassing the terminals, harbours, stations and halts, of this historic region. Covering a period from the mid-19th...
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Clyde Valley In the Olden Days
The famous river passes through some of the most picturesque and historic countryside in Scotland touching many communities along the way as it winds to the sea. A glimpse of what...
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Coal Not Dole
In 1984 the National Coal Board announced a reduction in coal output that amounted to the loss of twenty pits and 20,000 jobs. The National Union of Mineworkers saw this as an...
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