Sunbeam INS 68 in the Daily Record

Jim Smith, who worked in the drawing office at Campbeltown Shipyard, has sent in theses scans of extracts from an article written by James McBeth for the Daily Record, Friday, February 1987. The article focuses the building of the Sunbeam INS 68 (Yard No. 77) which as commissioned by skipper, Bill Smith, from Lossiemouth.

Extract from the Daily Record, 20th Feb. 1987 courtesy of Jim Smith. The boat about to be launched in the photo is the Sunbeam INS 68 (Yard Number 77). Photo by William Thornton.

Extract from the Daily Record, 20th Feb. 1987 courtesy of Jim Smith. Photo of Campbeltown Shipyard Employees. Photo by William Thornton.

Extract from the Daily Record, 20th Feb.1987 courtesy of Jim Smith. Jim has put some names to faces.

Extract from the Daily Record, 20th Feb.1987 courtesy of Jim Smith. Jim has put some names to faces. Photo by William Thornton.

Extract from the Daily Record, 20th Feb. 1987 courtesy of Jim Smith. The Sunbeam Ins 68 (Yard No. 77). Photo by William Thornton.

Extract from the Daily Record, 20th Feb. 1987 courtesy of Jim Smith. This photo is of Leslie Howarth, managing director at Campbeltown, with Bill Smith, the Lossiemouth Skipper who commissioned the boat pictured, The Sunbeam INS 68 (Yard No. 77). Photo by William Thornton.

Extract from the Daily Record, 20th Feb.1987 courtesy of Jim Smith. The photo here is of local piper and shipyard plater, John Brown.

Extract from the Daily Record, 20th Feb. 1987 courtesy of Jim Smith. The photo here is of local piper and shipyard plater, John Brown. Photo by William Thornton.

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