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Louis Page Meave Hopkinson

More than four decades since he became the first Coxswain of Helensburgh Lifeboat, Willie Lamond returned to the station during one of the Wednesday Boatshed Open afternoons. Willie was one of the leading figures in establishing a lifeboat station in the town in 1965. At that time, Willie was Pier Master at Rhu. Crew member Jamie Shields is pictured explaining the boat's new technology to Willie.

Jamie Shields and Willie Lamond
Stevie Mann And if I press this button...
Spirit Dancer in Rhu Marina Spirit Dancer - 42ft
Dry Suit Repairs Training!!
Charlie Cook Liferaft Local Radio!
Flat Calm Ian & Robin
B-5, 1977 Jimmy & Robin Final Voyage of QE2
Carolyn & crew Carolyn, Chris, Steve
Duke of Kent visit in July 1994 Civic Reception
Original Boatshed - 1976 175th Anniversary
Carolyn makes the Front Page! Lady Cunninghame-Graham receives Honorary Life Governorship (1983) George Hulley at the Launch of a Lifeboat promotion
Helicopter Exercise Briefing "OK - you drink the red ones Jimmy and I will drink the white ones"
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