Photos

This year in September myself and my other half, Paul Barham, (an architect when he’s not volunteering on this project!), took a cottage in Gardenstown or Gamrie, as it’s known by the locals. We took advantage of our trip to Banff and Buchan to visit the Campbeltown Shipyard archive at…

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When I started working on this project, I asked former Managing Director at Campbeltown Shipyard, Leslie Howarth, what was the key to the success of the boats built at the yard. Well, or course there were many factors which contributed to the popularity of the boats built at Trench Point…

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When I started working on this project, I asked former Managing Director at Campbeltown Shipyard, Leslie Howarth, what was the key to the success of the boats built at the yard. Well, or course there were many factors which contributed to the popularity of the boats built at Trench Point…

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When I started working on this project, I asked former Managing Director at Campbeltown Shipyard, Leslie Howarth, what was the key to the success of the boats built at the yard. Well, or course there were many factors which contributed to the popularity of the boats built at Trench Point…

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We are grateful to former Foreman Loftsman at Campbeltown Shipyard, Ronnie McNally, for this photo of a golf outing to Machrihanish, which was made up of a group employees from Campbeltown Shipyard. Ronnie can’t remember which year this was taken so if anyone can remember please get in touch! Back…

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Over the years Campbeltown Shipyard Ltd took part in a number of fishing exhibitions in London, Glasgow, Anstruther, Aberdeen and Dublin. Here are a couple of photos from Bobby Wylie of the Campbeltown Shipyard Stand at an exhibition which CSL attended around 1984. Jim Smith, former Technical Manager at CLS,…

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