Tag Archives: coastguards

2001.109.1

Audio cassette recording of Lachie Brown of Balevullin and Billy MacLean of Barrapol talking to Maggie Campbell in June 2001.

Lachie Brown of Balevullin and Alasdair (Billy) MacLean of Barrapol talk to Maggie Campbell in June 2001 about joining the Coastguard, the Coastguard buildings, equipment, training and backup, a few call-outs in which they were involved and some of the rescues in the past.

1997.265.2

Newsletter `Fios agus Fathunn`, No. 2, 1980.

Local news including a Gaelic song by Neil Brownlie, Long Service Medals for Tiree coastguard auxiliaries, Taigh a` Rudha Grand Fete, Vaul Golf Club, a list of books about Tiree, the proposed surcharge for diesel-generated power, the Social Work Department, fire hydrants, Road Equivalent Tariff (RET), the cost of funerals and the Tiree Pre-school Playgroup.

1999.196.4

Newsletter `Fios agus Fathunn`, No. 2, 1980.

Local news including a Gaelic song by Neil Brownlie, Long Service Medals for Tiree coastguard auxiliaries, Taigh a` Rudha Grand Fete, Vaul Golf Club, a list of books about Tiree, the proposed surcharge for diesel-generated power, the Social Work Department, fire hydrants, Road Equivalent Tariff (RET), the cost of funerals and the Tiree Pre-school Playgroup.

1997.265.6

Newsletter `Fios agus Fathunn`, No. 6, 1981.

Local news including Strathclyde Regional Structural Plan, a Gaelic song by George Campbell of Cornaigbeg, the mains water supply, the coastguard, the Community Enterprise Porgramme, thatched houses, the churches, birdwatching and a marine survey of Tiree and Coll.

1997.265.21

Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, Summer 1985.

Local news including the arrival of Dr Boulind and family, the improvement in the mains supply, car parking in Scarinish, a Gaelic poem by Neil Brownlie, Strathclyde concessionary fares scheme, RAF Tiree, news from the Guides, WRI, the churches, golf club, coastguard and cub scouts.

1998.89.6

Black and white photograph of the Tiree coastguards.

Tiree coastguard with the rocket for firing a line to a stricken ship and other equipment.

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