‘Change here for Blairgowrie’

John Robertson [1830-1920]. Like his Angus compatriot, Rashiebog, I would loved to hae nattered awa’ wi him aboot a’ the planets, comets an stars!

A day in the life of a young trainee architect

Hamish McLachlan [1920-2011] studied at the Edinburgh College of Art from 1937. His studies were interrupted by war service from 1940 to 1946, and he finally received his diploma in … Continue reading A day in the life of a young trainee architect

a garden above High Street

My Granny, Constance Gibson, was born in Dunblane in 1908.  It is likely that she would have remembered this Chemist shop. I cannot ask my Granny about her childhood as … Continue reading a garden above High Street

I had me good eye on ya the whole time!

I have been able to find diddly-squat about ‘John Moir’. I would suggest we follow the example of Alexander Mccall Smith and make-up a story for ‘eye-patch John’! I wonder … Continue reading I had me good eye on ya the whole time!