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'Kirkcaldy Potteries' looks at the working lives of the people who worked in the four potteries from the 1850s to 1930, producing the world-famous Wemyss Ware as well as thousands of pieces of more everyday earthenware.
Specially commissioned to celebrate the 700th anniversary of Kirkcaldy's annual street market (the longest running street fair in Europe and the largest in Scotland).
Many thousands of Scots left their native land in the 19th century in search of a new life on the other side of the world - a brave step into the unknown which often meant hardship, danger and harsh conditions at sea for months on end.
The second in the series of Old Fife books, this gives a vivid snapshot of what the towns and villages in Fife looked like fifty or a hundred years ago.
The third in the series of Old Fife books has another selection of old images of places throughout Fife, many of which have changed out of all recognition with the passing of time.
The fourth selection of old images of Fife includes some North East Fife towns and villages including Ceres, Ladybank, Cupar, and Leuchars. There is also a selection of views of St Andrews including the long-established Lammas Market, and the legendary Tom Morris on the Old Course.
The fifth selection of old photographs and postcards of Fife includes Newport, Wormit, Balmerino, Ceres Highland Games, Lundin Links, Elie, St Andrews and Kirkcaldy. It also includes the Mars training ship and the young boys who trained there.
The images in this book show how Kirkcaldy has changed over the last 80 years or so, with views of the newly built promenade, the Philp schools, the harbour, Cottage Hospital, Raith band contest, Chapel village and Ravenscraig Castle.
In the early 1900s, two Campbeltown brothers, Charles and Dennis MacGrory, indulged their passion of photography and left us an invaluable legacy: images of people, buildings, landscapes...
A follow-up to Campbeltown in Days Gone By, this book has a selection of around 80 images of Kintyre as a whole in the early 1900s.
A photographic record of what Campbeltown and Machrihanish in Kintyre, Argyll, looked like in the early 1900s.
A companion book to Old Cambeltown and Machrihanish, this book has images of many of the small villages up and down Kintyre, including Tarbert, Tayinloan, Southend, Glenbarr, Whitehouse, Carradale and the Tarbert to Cambeltown stage coach, all with explanatory captions.
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