Campbeltown Sea Cadet Corps has had a very illustrious history.
‘In memory of Campbeltown’s brave sons who made the supreme sacrifice for King and homeland.’
A worker in the former Jaeger factory sometimne before 2001.
A look back at The Courier’s archives from 10, 25, 50 and 100 years ago.
The movie’s initial plane crash sequence, of a touch and go landing at RAF Machrihanish, was filmed using a re-badged Aer Lingus 747.
Regards to all from that time, happy days, though we might not have realised it at the time.
He was not afraid to stay as long as it takes!
Mrs MacDonald’s photos recall a happier era.
The tugmen, who were based in Campbeltown during the war, have spent 47 years away from the town.
A look back at the line-up for MOK Fest a decade ago.