Memories of Broughty Ferry

Beginning Of The Second World War

My family, James and Isa Lewis, brother James and myself lived in a semi-detached villa on Monifieth Road, Broughty Ferry opposite the school, for a period before and after the Second World War commenced. There was a large back garden which I think went down to the railway line. One night my dad took ...Read full memory

Memories Of Broughty Ferry

Where Broughty Castle guards the mouth of the River Tay In the tower we climbed up a weathered stone stairway To look far over the fair land of our fathers Later you took a photograph of me at a quay in the harbour Beguiling the twilight fell on Broughty Castle I wore a cardigan embroidered with the Flower ...Read full memory

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