A photograph of a bus driver and conductress (known as a "clippie" because she clipped the tickets) at the pier, probably 1930s.
This photograph shows Caldwell's Dairy van with Tom Brunton and Tom Easton, 1937.
Newspaper photograph of dinner and presentation to Scottish Aggregates' employees in Seymour Hotel, Newport.
Stop Me and Buy One. Finest Cream Ices from the Pierhead Cafe. Ice cream cart (and dogs) outside Sandy Rankine's cottage immediately above Woodhaven Pier. From the 1930s until the 1970s the Pierhead Cafe, now 1 Boat Brae, was run by the Jannetta family.
Insurance Mark from Ravenscraig, Tay Street.
A photograph of James Johnstone's bus at the pier, the first to run between Newport and Tayport in the 1920s. The Fifie is just visible over the wall.
Newport Maternity Services 1941.
Wedding in St Thomas' Church 1954.
Framed painting of the pier smiddy.
A photograph of the three Special Constables in Newport in the 1930s. The police station was in King Street, but they also had an office in the pier shops.
The pier smiddy was owned by Tayfield Estate, and closed in the 1940s. The last tenants were the Don family, but prior to that the Smiddy had been worked by Willie Young, whose son John T Young established the bicycle repair shop on the High Road which became the successful Young's Garage on Boat Road.
Newspaper article giving details of the duties and problems encountered by the local 'bobby' at Wormit at the very start of the 20th century. The article is written by Willie Rankine of Woodhaven.
Photograph of an ice cream cart from the Royal Cafe, Newport. The Royal Cafe was housed in the old Royal Buildings in the 1920s and 1930s. On busy days when there was a regatta or swimming gala at the adjacent Newport Braes, the ice cream carts on Tay Street would be plying a brisk trade. ...
Workers at the Scottish Sand and Gravel Company at Newton Quarry, just outside Wormit. Possibly around 1950.
These photographs show workers at the Scottish Sand and Gravel Company at the far end of Wormit, late 1950s.