- Hi Betty,
Thank you very much for the photos of Peterhead you sent me. I will put
them up on the web page soon. How did you manage to take a photo of the
Old Townhouse with no cars parked in front, especially if the clock is
correct 2:10 pm?
Dave Wallace has just sent me an old school photo, so will include this
at the same time.
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- Wade Buchan wrote:
>Wade, Sorry for the delay in replying, I have been out of town for 2
> From: Wade Buchan <wsb@...>
> Hi Betty,
> Thank you very much for the photos of Peterhead you sent me. I will put
> them up on the web page soon. How did you manage to take a photo of the
> Old Townhouse with no cars parked in front, especially if the clock is
> correct 2:10 pm?
> Dave Wallace has just sent me an old school photo, so will include this
> at the same time.
> Regards, Wade.
weeks, and just got back today. I can't remember which day it was , but
it was either Jan 1 or 2 1999. The town was absolutely empty! that's New
Year in Scotland!--recovering from the night before,and getting ready
for the next night. We JUST managed to survive 3 nights of parties!!
- Have posted photos which may be on interest. The old Birnie Bridge -
someone was asking about it. You had to pay a half penny to get
across. On a fine summer's day we used to swim! Picnics "o'er the
watter" in the late 40's early 50's consisted of kippers and tatties
done on a paraffin stove and an ashet of cold rice with raisins
cooked in the oven the night before. We used to spend all day there
from 9am to 9pm. The summers were warmer then!
The Guiding Light went to Yarmouth for the Autumn season. My father
was about 16 at this time- his young brother is beside him. His
sister is one of the gutting lassies. She started gutting when she
was 14. She has deep gougesto this day on her wrists where the rough
salt burned into her skin. She was 90 years old in January.
I have uploaded a couple of photos on to the site. I used my album so
that others could see them. Is this what you wanted me to do?
If not let me know and I will upload again,
- Hi All,
You need to log into the Yahoo Groups Web Page.
and then go to the photos section.
Linda Adam wrote:
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Subject: Re: [Peterhead] Photos
> Hi All,Hi Wade:
> You need to log into the Yahoo Groups Web Page.
> and then go to the photos section.
> Regards, Wade.
I have corresponded with you extensively several years ago in connection
with my ancestors, Sutherland and Robertson.
Since the change to "yahoo" I have not posted to the list. I refuse to
supply Yahoo with the personal information they require to obtain axcess. I
have noted that the majority of spam received by me originates from a Yahoo
Needed photos of the bay as it is today for another project I am
involved in - thought I would share some of them with you.
Should any of you wish to see any other place as it is now - let me
know- could maybe even find a washhouse for Alex!
- Hi All,
You can't send attachments through the groups messages, but you can add photos by logging into the Yahoo groups page and going to the Photo section. It saves having to send out to everyone.
If anyone has problems, you can send me the photo and I will add it to the group album.
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Sent: Wednesday, 25 June 2003 1:05
Subject: Re: [Peterhead] Peterhead Old Parish Church
Hello Ed et al,
I have some steel-plate engravings by the English engraver W.H Bartlett (1806-1855 apprx). They include a panoramic view of Peterhead viewed from somehere near where the Lido is. The Muckle Kirk is visible and, thoiugh tiny in scale, is clearly recognizable. If anybody is/are particlulary interested, I would be happy to sacn it and email a copy. I would do here and now, but we're not supposed to use RTF or attachments in these groups, I think
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