NEW DUBLIN ROAD 3306
It's 1980 and the start of the new Dublin Road in preference to the Antrim
As it's a Sunday and boys being boys with nothing to do, so off they go exploring
and what is better than come and see the machinery that was making the new
Dublin Road so standing on a Digger is Aran Gillespie who is now a G.P. in
DAVY GRAY 2204
Far away from his home in Antrim is Davy Gray sitting astride his Norton Motorbike.
While beside him is Abdula who is on an ordinary bicycle and they are in Saudi
CASTLE STREET 3305
It's early morning here at the red brick houses in Castle Street in 1966 now
cleaning the windows at number 11 is Jessie Gillespie while next door at number
13 is where the photographer Desmond Gillespie used to live until he got married
and then moved next door. Now in the distance is something you would have
seen on a regular daily basis but not now, the Coalman and his lorry.
MOTOR CAR PERMIT 2676
This is Andrew Graham's driving license in 1919. Andrew who was 35, worked
for George Reid, the managing director of York Street Flax Spinning Mill.
In the beginning it was horses and Andrew drove his boss around in a horse
and carriage which eventually gave way to the motor car.
Andrew not only had this permit but his boss had one and when ever Andrew
was driving on his own he had to have the bosses permit as well to show he
was allowed to drive the car.
GALBRAITH PUB 1238
This the Galbraith Pub on the Seven Mile Straight road at the corner of the
Old Ballyrobin Road, the year is unknown.
On the left we have the son William Galbraith, then his father Thomas Galbraith,
mother Annie Galbraith and finally his sister Violet Galbraith.
The pub went on to become known as the Barley Corn pub and the goose by the
way doesn't have a name.