Helensburgh is a tranquil seaside town, originally founded in the 1600s. Whilst Ardencaple Castle is long gone, tree lined streets and beautiful Victorian architecture attract great numbers of visitors each year.
Although little seems to change in such a historic setting, films caught by visitors and local residents over the years show that time never stands still.
The Town Through The Ages
Photographs of Helensburgh in Argyll And Bute, Scotland
YouTube channel tourscotland created a brilliant slideshow video using old photos of the town over the past century.
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Which video would you like to watch next?
- Photographs of Helensburgh in Argyll And Bute, Scotland
- Helensburgh Memories – School Photos
- Helensburgh (1960s)
- Helensburgh Seafront (1960s)
- ‘Heroes’ by Helensburgh Heroes Experience (2009)
- Helensburgh (2011)
- Helensburgh History Hut (2013)
- Helensburgh From The Air (2014)
- Helensburgh – A walk (2015)
- Nicola Sturgeon Visits Helensburgh (2015)
- Clyde Property – George Street, Helensburgh (2017)
- Limmy Cycles to Helensburgh (2019)
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