Open Doors Display at Trinity House this weekend displaying historic drawings of ships in the inter-war years

Discovery of hundreds of historic drawings sheds new light on Scotland’s maritime past

Produced in ink, pencil and watercolour, they are the work of artist Hector French, who drew the ships which passed through the Port of Leith.

Historic Scotland Link, click thumbnail                       BBC Article Link, click thumbnail

 

One advantage of keeping your husband from going to bed early is that he is likely to come across useful information worth sharing with your readers. Fortunately he found out about this exhibition tonight, so anyone interested in visiting can still get along between 10.00 and 4.00 tomorrow. See you there!

With sincere thanks to David Macadam!

 

 

 

 

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About Ruth Macadam

Great Granddaughter of Henry Robb. School teacher.
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One Response to Open Doors Display at Trinity House this weekend displaying historic drawings of ships in the inter-war years

  1. billsuzannepatterson says:

    We left Edinburgh for home on Mull just a couple of days too soon!
    Enjoy the exhibition
    Dad

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