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Garlieston in WW1 and WW2

This book tells the story of how the villagers and their children lived through the two world wars.
Author: David Kirkwood
Published: 2018 ISBN: 978-1-906737-14-6


A Flight too Far the story of Elsie MacKay and Glenapp

The story of Elsie Mackay of Glenapp who was lost in 1928 when attempting to fly over the Atlantic from East to West.
Author: Jack Hunter
Published: 2008 ISBN: 978-0-9542966-8-1


Stranraer in WW2 3rd Edition

The brief overall view of the many and varied military operations and installations in the area during World War Two.
Author: Archie Bell
Published: 2017 ISBN: 978-1-906737-13-9


Wigtownshire Vernacular Buildings

A comprehensive book of Wigtownshire’s historic buildings with over 100 drawings by the author.
Author: John R Hume
Published: 2009 ISBN: 978-1-906737-01-6


Bobbies on the Beat

This book charts the history of the Wigtownshire Constabulary’s bobbies, their responsibilities, beats and investigations.
Author: David Kirkwood
Published: 2009 ISBN: 978-1-906737-02-3


The Wigtownshire Constabulary

The history of the Police Force in the County from 1834 until 1948.
Author: David Kirkwood
Published: 2008 ISBN: 978-1-906737-00-9


The Loss of the Princess Victoria

The loss of the Stranraer-Larne ferry, ‘Princess Victoria’ in a severe storm in the North Channel on 31st January 1953 when 133 people perished.
Author: Jack Hunter
Published: 2010 ISBN: 978-1-906737-04-7


Wait Till Your Father Comes Home

Reminiscences of young Donnie Nelson from 1939 until the end of World War Two.
Author: Donnie Nelson
Published: 2012 ISBN: 978-1-906737-07-8


Place Names of the Wigtownshire Moors and Machars

An invaluable guide to the origins of place names around us (a companion book to ‘Place-Names in the Rhinns of Galloway and Luce Valley’)
Author: John MacQueen
Published: 2008 ISBN: 0-9535776-8-6