Hughie wrote: ↑Wed Jul 18, 2012 10:11 pmNo Susan, that's not Bob Hamilton. Here he is as many will remember him:down south wrote: According to the Herald article, " It is only fair to say that for about 30 years a good deal of the popularity of the pool was attributable to the personality of the permanent bathmaster, the late Mr Robert Hamilton. "; so he was obviously a fixture throughout its golden era. From the sounds of some of the past postings about him,not all of you would quite agree with that eulogy.... I think he's supposed to be in this picture, perhaps someone could confirm that for the record.
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There were three cottages there, probably knocked down round about 1957/58. The families that lived in them till the end were the Dales, the Conwells and the Findleys. The Dales had 5 children, the Conwells had 7 and the Findleys 6. I remember this because I lived in one of them (Billy Dale)
awgibson82 wrote: ↑Fri Nov 09, 2018 12:10 am Number 68 Ardrossan Rd was my gran and grandpa's house. Archie and Euphemia Gibson. As far as I recall they bought the house from Peter and Pearl Buchanan. The glass panel with the clan motto was inserted by the Buchanans.....the same clan as Gibson ironically.