Vale of Leven on the Scottish Screen Archive Website and other Video

This material shows some interesting short film extracts from the Scottish Screen Archive. Many people are still around who will remember the scenes in these films and some of you may even recognise the people in them. Coming from George Street in Bonhill I was particularly interested in the one of Arthur Millar shoeing a dray horse in his smiddy "Doon the Burn". I well remember watching this process as a boy.

We shall possibly develop this page as a source of Vale of Leven video material should enough of it become available so if you have anything suitable please get in touch.

 

 

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"For those we loved are scattered,
and some in death sleep soun',
and the old oak tree sae bonnie,
has long since been cut doon".

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