Bonnyrigg, Lothian

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Old Maps of Bonnyrigg

Historic Maps of Bonnyrigg and the local area.

Old map of Bonnyrigg in 1903-1904
Map of Bonnyrigg in 1903-1904
Old map of Bonnyrigg in 1903-1904

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Memories of Bonnyrigg
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I played tenor sax with The Dukes in the late 1950s. Tom Easton played drums, Bill Young played bass guitar, Alec Hutchieson rhythm guitar and the fabulous John Fairgreive lead guitar with Willie Findleyson singing. Both John and I lived in Bonnyrigg, Bill Young in Loanhead, and the others in Penicuick. We played all over the place and had many many great nights out. I eventually came to ...see more

I played tenor sax with The Dukes in the late 1950s. They had a great line up: Tam Easton on drums, Bill Young on base guitar, Willie Finlayson on vocals, Alec Hutchinson on rhythm and the fabulous John Fairgreive on lead guitar. Probably one of the best around at the time. How I wish I could roll the clock back. Keep rocking guys. All the best. Bill Bryce