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Barbara (Jolly) Watt

Bridge Street in the olden days I was told that John Jolly's was a butcher shop in the "old " days. Looking at this photo, I just wo...
The Corn Slip Date just a guess. The Basin must have been right deep in these days. Perhaps it still is of course!
Glory IV HMS Glory IV. She was Russian to start with and went under the name of "ASKOLD" Quite a ship with he...
St. Ninian full astern The St. Ninian "backing out" of Kirkwall Pier. Not sure of the date. My Great Uncle Albert Jolly wal...
I saw three ships! Left to right - Sulton, Minotaur and Iron Duke in at Kirkwall. The date is just a guess.
Boats in the bay at Kirkwall From left to right - Leander, Minotaur, Sultan, ? , Agincour, Iron Duke. I can't makeout the name ...
Jolly's lorries The date is a guess. Don't know the three men in the front of the photo but I hope someone can help....
Flooding at Scapa Not sure of the date. Can anyone help please?
On the road to Kirkwall Old Post Card. Not sure of the date! Anyone know anything about it please?
Rousay KGS trip I remember a lot of the folk but I'm sure someone else will do it better than me. The teachers were ...
The Leaving The old Ola leaving Stromness
The old car near the old Big Tree Post card. Not sure about the date. Wonder what make the car is. It's not a BS number.

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