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Scotland Photographic Memories

Scotland Photographic Memories

The photo 'Helensburgh, Colquhoun Square 1901' appears in this book.

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Caption for Helensburgh, Colquhoun Square 1901: Sir James Colquhoun of Luss developed Helensburgh in the late 18th century as a residential district for those who could afford not to have to live any nearer to Glasgow than was absolutely necessary. Helensburgh's leading hotels were the Queen's and the Imperial. During the main season, rooms cost from 3s 6d a day and dinner was 4s, which was slightly less than what the top Glasgow hotels were charging.

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Memories of Helensburgh

i went to school at the hermitage acadamy for about a year because my dad was in the navy at the time stationed at rosneath. my parents and i used to walk along the seafront and have tea and ice cream in tony,s ice cream parlour. there are wonderful views over the gareloch here ,you can see rosneath point from the front.

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