Page last updated on: Thursday, 8 April, 2021.

02.01. Single-storey houses in Woodside Terrace. Toll-house has square wall + single upstairs dormer window visible.


02.02. This seems to have been taken at a similar time to PC no.1


02.03. Back Neilson mill pond. Single-storey houses in Woodside Terrace. 


02.04. As above but colour-washed.

02.05. Toll-house has one rounded wall + rear house now has a dormer window on the left.


02.06. Single-storey houses in Woodside Terrace. 2 rounded walls at toll-house + 3 upstairs dormer windows.


02.07. As above but with a different colour-wash. (used 1915)


02.08. Town Hall & Bobbin Mill roofs visible.


02.09. Still single-storey houses in Woodside Terrace. Tenement Back Neilson at far left.


02.10. Ardmor & Lochlyoch near left.


02.11. No War Memorial so still before 1921.


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02.13. War Memorial erected in 1921.

02.14.  War Memorial easier to see.


02.15. As above but colour-washed.


02.16. Crosbie's Garage (built mid-1930s). Hopedene & Bengray now 2-storey buildings.


02.17.  New Bowling Green visible

02.18. Riverbank houses completed (c.1949). Back Meilson is derelict & roofless.


02.19. As above but colour-washed.


02.20. Mill headpond very overgrown. Chicken sheds where Back Neilson used to be.


02.21. Riverbank being developed.  Vinniehill & Planetree houses built (early 1950s).


02.22. Mill headpond still overgrown. PC supplied by JG Parkhill who become postmaster in 1952.


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02.24. PC supplied by JG Parkhill who become postmaster in 1952.

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02.30.  Near right is Braeside. Left central are Rosebank & Cally Sawmill.


02.31.  Right of centre is Whitefield (originally Annfield)


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