SAW022595 SCOTLAND (1949). Fisher's Hotel, Atholl Road and Pitlochry Station, Pitlochry. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing west. This image has been produced from a crop marked negative.

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Manylion

Pennawd [SAW022595] Fisher's Hotel, Atholl Road and Pitlochry Station, Pitlochry. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing west. This image has been produced from a crop marked negative.
Cyfeirnod SAW022595
Dyddiad 1949
Dolen Canmore Collection item 1269023
Enw lle
Plwyf MOULIN
Ardal PERTH AND KINROSS
Gwlad SCOTLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 293770, 758120
Hydred / Lledred -3.7351715345309, 56.702820423832
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol NN938581

Pinnau

1945–1949 Humber Hawk Mk I or Mk II The Hawk was the first Humber car to be launched after World War II, but was not really a new vehicle, being heavily based on the designs of the pre-war six cylinder 1936-37 Hillman 16 & Hillman Hawk & the four cylinder Hillman 14 (1938-1940). It replaced the six-cylinder Humber 16 (1938–44) which itself was a rebadged version of the Hillman 16 (1936–37). The engine dated back to the early 1930s, when it was first used in the Hillman 12 and was a 1944 cc, side-valve, four-cylinder unit and it drove a live rear axle through a four-speed gearbox with centrally located floor change. The four-door body was mounted on a separate chassis and was of the six-light design (three windows on each side) with a sunshine roof as standard. Suspension was independent at the front using a transverse leaf spring, and at the rear the axle had half-elliptic springs. The Mark II version of September 1947 was not even a facelift, the main difference being a column gear change with a control ring fitted to the gearbox making it impossible to crash the syncromesh gears. The engine was given a new water jacket, the petrol tank received a breather to prevent air-locks and provision was made for a car-radio and retracting aerial. There was no change to the car's external appearance.

Billy Turner
Wednesday 2nd of March 2016 06:37:14 PM
Presumably, these cranes are involved in the construction of the Hydro-Electric Dam seen in image SAR016717

clippedwings
Monday 15th of February 2016 10:09:45 PM
If the date is correct then this must be a panic job. the roof is a mess, the tarpaulin pulled back reveals a dormer, either partly built or possibly collapsed. the hole to the right could have been where a chimney was removed, or collapsed. The double-stacked wooden trestles in lieu of scaffolding looks decidedly dodgy. The roof around the tall chimney is missing rather a lot of its tiles. The workmen are very sensibly on the ground, possibly waiting for a Christmas drink or two.

clippedwings
Monday 15th of February 2016 10:02:21 PM
1948 - AEC REGAL I Sadly none of these Regals survive today.

Billy Turner
Monday 15th of February 2016 08:53:15 PM

Cyfraniadau Grŵp

There are several small groups and individuals looking up at the aircraft.

clippedwings
Monday 15th of February 2016 10:17:15 PM