Arbroath Harbour Fishmarket 1973

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Auchmithie fishermen & their wives
( sometime before 1923 ) - see Allan's post of 5.10.11

Helen St Lodging House

Helen Street 'Poorhouse' in the 1800s - can you help ?

Joss Rock

Anyone know why 'Joss' rock just south of Lunan Bay is so called ? See post from Bruce Joss

Seaforth S

The Seaforth Hotel - See Alexander Ritchie's post...

S. and  E. Grimsby junction 1901

Rob K's question relates to the junction highlighted in red
 - can anyone answer, and if the buildings on this 1901 map are still relevant, does he mean the building
above or below the ' 14 ' ?

Old Brewhouse Mar '06

The Old Brewhouse - this, or an adjacent

building at one time a ship's chandler ?
See Gordon MacGillvray's post regarding
another such business...



 ( See
Janet Law's post
of 17.6.12 )

Dale Cottage Industrial School 1901


Andy Marshall's post
of 15.11.12

(right) Ladies from the fit o' the Toun taking advantage of the Brothock Burn at it's mouth (Danger Point) for washing their clothes. Thanks to the mills, the Brothock Burn apparently enjoyed raised temperatures !

Women at the mouth of the Brothock

(left & right and above right) See

Robin Hallam's
of 10.12.12

Dishland Town - 1822 map

Dishland Town - from the 1822 map Inserted in response to Calum Strathie's query regarding the street name's derivation

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