408 pages, 200 photographs, maps and drawings.
A Book of photographs by James Murphy, depicting life in Old Grangemouth.
This softback book by James Murphy is a pictorial history of Grangemouth with full page photographs depicting scenes in Grangemouth in days gone by.
49 pages with black and white photographs.
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Written by Craig Mair a local author this book brings to life stories of the many voyages of the Tambar a coastal steamer built in Grangemouth Boatyard in 1912. The Tambar operated around the island communities of New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and Papa New Guinea for 40 years. Besides many colourful stories of shipwrecks and strandings, strange cargos, salty characters, exotic places, wartime air attacks and salvage of sunken ships, this book also includes a definitive account of the worst Second World War “friendly fire” incident in Australian waters.
227 pages and over 100 photographs and maps.
Post cards and Notelets
Old Post Card Set
8 Post cards depicting scenes from around old Grangemouth
New Post Card Set
8 Post cards depicting scenes of Grangemouth in the 1950’s & 60’s
4 Notelets depicting scenes around Grangemouth