Thomas became interested in photography because the only other option ‘back then’ was to buy them.
Last Thursday was the 77th anniversary of a dramatic World War II assault, at St Nazaire, when HMS Campbeltown was rammed into the Normandie dry dock.
It was amazing to see Ken’s photo in the Courier, thanks for the memories.
‘When he saw Down Memory Lane last week dad said he was the only P Docherty in the town at the time.’
They may be offered a paint brush to remove their works or perhaps would reveal details about their messages recorded for posterity.
Ellen and her daughter Andrea visited Campbeltown in June 2015.
‘My ancestors were tenant farmers at Glencraigs, then called Craigs in the early to mid 1700s.’
A children’s thriller, titled Satellite 7, by a former Courier editor predicted Kintyre’s space race back in 1958.
Woolworths has survived in Austria, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and in Germany there are at least 500 stores nationwide.