Well, the title says it all, thanks to everyone who keeps my blog going, here’s hoping for a positive from a publisher on the book this year!
A book would be good……
re Davids comment a book would be great, when my father worked at Henry Robbs, during thew war and up until his death in 1957, the whole family lived and breathed Henry Robbs. His name was Edward (NED) Hamilton. He was a riviters holder-on, and he loved his job, Alice Johnston
Thanks alice, just as soon as the wedding is over on friday i will get back to my research and detailing out chapters, i would love to hear more about your family’s experience to add to it though, please!
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A blog about Henry Robb's Ltd. Shipbuilders and repairers from 1918 to 1984 at Leith.
All comments, corrections and extra information very welcome as this blog is the starting point towards my writing a book about the yaird, the workers and the ships of Robb's.
My personal interest? The Henry Robb who started the firm was my great grandfather.
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