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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 (...Read full memory)
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)