Gibson’s Bus. This bus/delivery can was run by Andrew Hyslop, brother of James. Ex-army vehicle bought aster WWI and operated from Carsphairn. Different routes on set weekdays, and a passenger service to and from Dalmellington Station for the Paddy Train on Saturdays.
Caption: “Work has been started on the construction of three new Galloway Bridges – at Bridgend, north of Carsphairn; at Leggat, below Carsphairn; and at Polmady,half way between Carsphairn and Dalry (Galloway). Our photograph shows the present old bridge at Leggat."
Chairman’s Notes; Notice: The Committee for 1993-4; Family Trees; Notice: Annual Subscriptions are now due; Stewards’ Questionnaire – Analysis of replies; Railways in Carsphairn Parish; Carsphairn (A)-Muses;
Chairman’s Notes; Carsphairn Revisited; Frontispiece: Peddy Train by Jane Abel; Endangered Speeches; The Change in Farm Names Over The Centuries; 100 Years Ago and 70 Years Ago (Extracts from Dumfries Standard); Ode to the Heritage Centre.
Notice: Carsphairn Heritage Group Annual General Meeting, Old Time Dance, Heritage Centre, Frontispiece – Craigengillan by Carol Cathcart, Recollections and Reflections of a Grandmother, Sponsored Walk to the Grey Man of the Merrick; Quentin McAdam; John Harper; Mrs Sloan, Kirkcudbright.
Editorial Comment; Notices:Signpost leaflet dispensers and waymarkers, Competition, Summer Exhibition, Fundraising Events, Recipe Book, Summer Outing, Gifts; Carsphairn Post Office 1968 – 1989 by Agnes s Dickson; New Galloway to Carsphairn by Coach; Extracts from Ayrshire Directory 1850; Future Developments at Polmaddy; Cairn Avel; A-Frame Building Project; Local Drama.