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Teenie Tit, 1969

Track ID : 4166

Recitation of a bairn rhyme [Scots poem for children] by J. K. Annand: 'Teenie Tit'.

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Concerts, bioscope shows, and travelling theatres in Peebles..., 1971

Track ID : 26966

Concerts, bioscope shows, and travelling theatres in Peebles in the late 19th century. In Peebles in David Lawson's youth there were concerts twice a month in the winter, organised by two committe...

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Excursion to Portobello from Peebles the day after the Belta..., 1971

Track ID : 26968

Excursion to Portobello from Peebles the day after the Beltane Fair; other annual trips. In David Lawson's youth, the Beltane Fair was confined to the Friday, with the riding of the marches and th...

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Public wells in Peebles in the late 19th century., 1971

Track ID : 27005

Public wells in Peebles in the late 19th century. There were still some public wells in Peebles in David Lawson's youth, including some in the High Street, at the Tontine, at East Gate, and in the...

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The 19th century hand-operated fire engine in Peebles was re..., 1971

Track ID : 27009

The 19th century hand-operated fire engine in Peebles was replaced by a steam engine. The hand-operated fire engine that lay under the Tweed bridge in Peebles was replaced by a steam engine in Dav...

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David Lawson recalls two named bathing pools on the Cuddy, 1971

Track ID : 27013

David Lawson recalls two named bathing pools on the Cuddy [Edderston Water].

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Many buildings in Peebles are faced with sandstone, which wa..., 1971

Track ID : 27014

Many buildings in Peebles are faced with sandstone, which was dressed in open sheds. Many buildings in Peebles are faced with sandstone. Good examples are the Sheriff Court and the Police Headquar...

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In the late 19th century boats could be hired on the Tweed a..., 1971

Track ID : 27016

In the late 19th century boats could be hired on the Tweed at Peebles for sixpence an hour. When David Lawson was a boy there were rowing boats on the Tweed at Peebles which could be hired for six...

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Names of pools and streams on the Tweed., 1971

Track ID : 27018

Names of pools and streams on the Tweed. David Lawson records the names of the pools and streams on the Tweed, some of which he has traced back to the beginning of the nineteenth century. They inc...

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A 19th century Peebles drapery business., 1969

Track ID : 5271

A 19th century Peebles drapery business. When the parents of Robert Veitch [born 1889] married, his grandfather lent them £500 to start a drapery business. His mother trimmed hats and did dressmak...

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