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Shapinsay pier collapse

Shapinsay pier collapse 1968. See picture #2243, picture #2233, picture #2235, picture #2236, picture #2237, picture #2238, and picture #2239.
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Picture added on 19 October 2011 at 12:15
Hi!Alan,there was an old saying that Shapinsay Pier was built on empty Special Brew Bottles, knowing some that worked on it, I am not surprised. Added by Phil Brough.
Added by Phil Brough. on 20 October 2011
Yes concur Phil, have wedding invitation here 1932 Mr &Mrs Brough request the pleasure of ..... marriage of daughter Maggie to John Muir Isbister.... any connection with your familly Phil?
Added by Alan on 21 October 2011
Yes, Alan, Mr.& Mrs Brough were my grandparents and Maggie my auntie. As you might know John Isbister was a brother to your wife's grandmother who lived up East Road on the corner of Berstane Rd. Added by Phil Brough.
Added by Phil Brough. on 28 October 2011
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