Photographs - Miscellaneous

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Photographs - Miscellaneous

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Pumping station, Minnivay Mine
Taken shortly before mine closed

Looking for the Spitfire
Robert Cumming Jnr + others

Clitocybe Flaccida - Tawny Funnel Cap Fungi
Clitocybe Flaccida - Tawny Funnel Cap Fungi

Amanita Muscarria - Fungi
Amanita Muscarria - Fungi

Lycoperdon Perlatium - Puffball Fungi
Lycoperdon Perlatium - Puffball Fungi

Coriolus Versicolor Fungi
Coriolus Versicolor Fungi

Bracket Fungus
Bracket Fungus

Blackcock
Blackcock

Blackcock
Blackcock

Blackcock
Blackcock

Blackcock
Blackcock

Aelflwyn the pony
Aelflwyn the pony

Rowan Tree
Rowan Tree

Will-o-the-wisp
Will-o-the-wisp

Large col. pht. Mrs McLellan's spinning wheel in Kirkcudbright Museum
Mrs McLellan’s Spinning Wheel – may be seen on display at the Stewartry Museum. It was presented to the museum in 1930 by Miss Alice Clark Kennedy of Knockgray.

The silver cup and two bowls presented to William Hew Clark Kennedy
Inscribed “by the Parishioners of Carsphairn, Galloway and friends to mark their grateful sense of the honour brought to the Parish by his deeds that won for him the Victoria Cross in the Great War 1914-1918”

Kennedy tapestry hanging
The Maxwell stag sits below a holly bush. Dates from 18th Century. Featured in the Scottish Field article Sept. 1912

Kennedy tapestry hanging
Dates from 18th Century. Featured in the Scottish Field article Sept. 1912

Cairn at Furmiston
One of the cairns at Furmiston made out of stone discarded by Hunter brothers when looking for suitable rock for curling stones

Cairn at Furmiston
One of the cairns at Furmiston made out of stone discarded by Hunter brothers when looking for suitable rock for curling stones

Cairn at Furmiston
One of the cairns at Furmiston made out of stone discarded by Hunter brothers when looking for suitable rock for curling stones

Cairn at Furmiston
One of the cairns at Furmiston made out of stone discarded by Hunter brothers when looking for suitable rock for curling stones

Stones at Furmiston
Were they first regarded suitable for curling stones then discarded?

A twenties 2 seater tourer
Note the solid wheels.

A Penny Farthing, Fochabers in 1952
Official title was ‘Ordinary’

1934 Riley Lynx
Photos found at Lamloch and possible they all belonged to Mr Ralston McMillan

1934 Lagonda Rapier, Competition Special Supercharged
Photos found at Lamloch and possible they all belonged to Mr Ralston McMillan

1933 Riley Kestrel. Special Series
Photos found at Lamloch and possible they all belonged to Mr Ralston McMillan

Cab fronted Country Cart
Made before 1910 and used around Kirkcubright and Borgue.
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