Between 1890 and 1910 the herring industry, with its export to the Eastern Baltic, provided much employment for Arbroath and a prosperous time for the harbour.
Many of the photographs we have of Arbroath, and particularly, Auchmithie, in the 1890s come from the efforts of three local photographers, Cox, Anckorn and Fraser.
Short pieces on the early history of Dundee.
Some items about fisher costumes over the last 100 years.
Some traditions and costumes related to Arbroath and Auchmithie fisher weddings.
Many Tayside men served with distinction in foreign navies and reached powerful positions.
A walk along the coast from Arbroath to Auchmithie along the Seaton cliffs showing the results of the interplay of the sea and the soft red sandstone.
The loss of the Arbroath lifeboat, Robert Lindsay on 27 October 1953.|