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MAID OF ANTRIM 592
This a sight for sore eyes, the Maid of Antrim cruisng on Lough Neagh with tourists on board.
The year was 1969.

MARKET SQUARE 016
This is James Baird of Baird's undertakers in Church street photographed in the late 1930's at the side of the Court House.
If you look at the arched recesses you can see that they have iron railings this is the exercise walkway for the prisoners.
DOCTOR McJURY 428
This is the Rev.McJury's son who was the Commanding Officer at the time handing out the Shamrocks on St.Patrick's Day at the
Ballymena Showgrounds in 1962.
MARKET SQUARE 018
The square was the focal point of Antrim at the time so let us start at the left side of the photograph. Here you can see a little girl shading her eyes looking towards the camera while next to her a mother holds up her child to be seen. Right above them at the top window is a black and white cat and in the bottom right hand window a lady is looking out. Standing in the doorway is most likely the owner of the Bluebird Café, which was later owned by Miss Forbes, next door is Thompson's who dealt in fancy goods.The large building in the centre is the Court house and in front of it the small building was the Weighing Bridge. The six small boys in front of the Court house three of them are called Sammy Kyle, Andy Hemmings and Bobby McCormick.
McCABES 1773
Standing ready to give the customers their turkeys is Meta McCabe nee Johnston in her father-in-law's shop in Castle Street in December 1966.
McCABES 1775
Here's Sammy McCabe in December 1966 all ready to serve his customers their turkeys at his shop in Castle Street. The string hanging down beside Sammy was used to used to tie up the meat ect in the brown paper, no plastic bags or selotape then which means it was more environmentally friendly.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2254
These are members of Muckamore Tennis Club getting their photograph taken.
The reason being it was Captain's Day back in 1953, only two people are known, 2nd from the left at the back is Alan Abercrombie and next to him Billy Jarden.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2253
It's 1936 and here we are at Muckamore Tennic Club with members sitting enjoying the summer sun. Sadly at the moment the members are all unknown.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2256
Here we are at Muckamore Tennis Club were these young girls are getting the best of coaching.
From the left Noel Bell, Margaret Craig, Unknown, Eileen Leech and Billy Jarden.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2257
This smashing group photograph is of the members of Muckamore Tennis Club along with their children.In the seated row and 2nd from the right we have Alan Abercrombie, next to him is lovely young wife Marie. The rest of the members and their children at this time are unknown.
MUCKAMORE CRICKET CLUB 2258
Standing outside Muckamore Tennis Club these members are having their photograph taken.
Standing at the back is Sally Ball, Unknown, Unknown and John (Jack) Bell who was headmaster of Antrim Technical School, circa 1960.
Thanks Eddie Craig.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2261
In the background is Muckamore Tennis Club and on court are two ladies playing doubles.
At the moment both ladies are unknown.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2259
Here we are on one of the courts belonging to Muckamore Tennis Club. Now these two girls whose names are unknown look like they belong to the Girls Brigade.
MASSEREENE FORGE 2728
This is Mr Coulter standing with a pony outside the Massereene Forge where he works in Bridge Street Antrim.
MASSEREENE ARMS HOTEL FLYER 2750
This Massereene Arms Hotel flyer back in 1952 shows that the hotel trade was still booming, in fact two years later and the hotel would be celebrating its 200th Anniversary. It had hot and cold water in each of its 54 beds and electric light and heating throughout, while the local people would be lucky to have cold water in their homes. The hotel could seat 110 people in their dining room and also 2 large lounges to relax in. It also had a spacious Ballroom where every evening they would hold either Dances, Concerts, Whist & Beetle Drives and also anything that was the rage at time.
MASSEREENE FORGE 2751
Hard at work outside his smithy in 1954 is John Coulter shoeing the horse, holding on to the reins is the owner's employee. Watching intently on the left are three young lads who's names are unknown to me at the moment.The man on the extreme right is Tom Kelly who lived in Spa Terrace, Massereene Street. Tom was the head greenkeeper at Massereene Golf Club.
SAMMY MILLAR 2809
Here we have Sammy Millar astride his 250cc N.S.U. in Lurgan Park in 1956.
My thanks to Ed Cunningham now of Ontario, Canada for this photograph.
STIRLING MOSS 2880
Here Stirling Moss in his Mereceds 300 SLR has had a bit of an accident while racing in the quarry bends at Dundrod in 1955 for the Tourist Trophy race.
My thanks to Ed Cunningham now of Ontario, Canada for this photograph.
CROMIE McCANDLESS 2820
Moving his 500cc Gilera 4 in 1952 to get ready to race in the Ulster Grand Prix is Cromie McCandless.
This was the last race on the Clady course and Cromie won it.
My thanks to Ed Cunningham now of Ontario, Canada for this photograph.
MASSEREENE BRASS AND REED BAND 2832
This is a close-up of one of the weather vanes that decorated the roof top of the Massereene Brass and Reed Band's band room.
At the top is a mermaid which is on the crest of Viscount Massereene & Ferrard. Then below the points of the compass is what looks like a butterfly.
SAMMY MILLAR 2812
Concentrating on the race ahead is Sammy Millar on his bike the EMC - Puch at Temple in 1956.
My thanks to Ed Cunningham now of Ontario, Canada for this photograph.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2899
Sitting enjoying the rare sunshine outside Muckamore Tennis Club are from the left Unknown, Mrs J. Craig and Mrs B. Craig.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2900
Having just finished a mixed doubles we have from the left David Clement, Joan McCrum, Audry Graham and John Halliday of Muckamore Tennis Club.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2901
It's Muckamore Tennis Club's Prize day and handing David Clement his prize is Joy Grainger while looking on are Joan McCrum and Dennis McCrum.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2902
Enjoying a warm summer's evening with a drink at Muckamore Tennis Club in the foreground are Lily Ross, Sandra McCloy and the Rev T. Haaen.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2903
Seated watching a match being played on Muckamore Tennis Club'a courts are Rev. T Hassen, Lily Ross, Unknown and Marie Johnston.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2904
It's Muckamore Tennis Club's Prize day and handing John Halliday his prize is Joy Grainger while looking on are Joy Grainger and Dennis McCrum.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2905
All smiles would give you the impression that Audrey Ross has won her match here at the courts of Muckamore Tennis Club.
JOSEPHINE McMAHON 1897
Here we are up at Ladyhill in 1950 and seen here is Josephine McMahon with definitly fresh eggs for breakfast.
Josephine had just got them out of the henhouse behind her.
ELIZA McMAHON 1896
This a portrait of Eliza McMahon from Ladyhill when she was 16 in 1926.
Now what is different about this portrait is that it is not a photograph but a pen and ink drawing!
KAY MACKRETH 2080
This is Kay Mackreth having her photograph taken in 1932.
Now although Kay is lovely, the photograph was taken not for her but for her Hair! The Stylist who did it had been awarded the 'Beautiful Hair Competition'.
MOYLINA 2195
Out for a walk down at Moylina we have on the left Joey Young, then the pretty girl and the young chap next to her are Unknown and finally Norman Young.
MUCKAMORE LADIES CRICKET XI 2173
This is Muckamore Ladies Cricket XI outside the cricket club, sadly the year is unknown.
At the back are Elsie King, Nan McIlroy Meta Wallace, Unknown, Nell McIlroy, Pam McQuilken and Umpire J. Stewart.
In front we have Unknown, Lily Kelly, Essie Graham (Captain), A.W Richardson, finally Unknown. Essie Graham and Nan McIlroy went on to receive their Ulster Caps in cricket.
PATRICIA MACKRETH 2081
This bonny lass ia only 6 months old back in September 1942 and is Patricia Mackreth.
MAURICE ROBB 1958
Holding on to his two horses in a field at Olstone during a ploughing competition is J. Maurice Robb form Nutts Corner.
By the way he was the youngest competitor there back in 1946.
MILDRED 2086
All I know about this lovely lady with the wistful smile is that her name is Mildred and was taken in 1920.
McQUILLAN CHILDREN 1703
All smiles for their school photograph are the McQuillan children in March 1954.
At the back is Lilian McQuillan in front on her left is brother Norman and on the other side is May.
While at the very front with his hair all combed tidy is Lilian's other brother Jim.
McQUILLAN WEDDING 1724
Now this wedding in 1932 is a wedding with a difference for these four people had been friends all their lives and so the wedding day became special.
In the middle we have the groom Thomas McQuillan and his bride Elizabeth Kerr, now on his left is his sister Elizabeth McQuillan as bridesmaid and on the
bride's right is her brother Harry Kerr as best man. You may say what's different about that, well after this photograph was taken the roles were reversed.
The best man and bridesmaid became the bride and groom and the newlyweds became best man and bridesmaid at a different church.
MOYLINA 2195
Out for a walk down at Moylina we have on the left Joey Young, then the pretty girl and the young chap next to her are Unknown and finally Norman Young.
12th VISCOUNT MASSEREENE AND FERRARD'S FUNERAL 2826
It's the 24th July 1956, a sad for Antrim for this is the funeral of the 12th Viscount Massereene & Ferrard.
The townspeople line High Street as the funeral cortege passes on the route from All Saints' Parish Church which is the background to the familyburial ground in the Castle estate. The pallbearers were the new Viscount and five past and present workers on the estate one of which was Olive Heming's father George Fleming.
ELIZABETH HOOD DSCN2546
Here we have Elizabeth Hood in 1990 standing beside the Sixmileriver Water in Antrim just across from where Hall's Hotel used to be.
MAY McCABE 1625
With a blue bow in her hair and a smile for her school photograph here we have May McCabe. This was 1975 and May was 8 years old.
McCABE WEDDING 1635
Having their photograph taken after the wedding we have the Best man Jimmy White, Groom Sammy McCabe, with his Bride Miss Dobbin and her sister Miss Dobbin.
MISS HOWS 1608
The lady with the white apron on is Miss Hows, who she was or what she did is unknown to me at the moment. On her right all dressed up is Aggie Beatty and the other little girl is Billie Beatty. Were they dressed for Easter or May day as they both have bonnets. The other lady and the boy are unknown. Behind the group are lengths of linen lying in the field to get bleached by the sun and beyond that are some houses.
The photograph could have been taken at the Green at Muckamore.
McQUILLAN GANG 1691
Out for a walk the McQuillan gang stop to have their photograph taken.
On the left licking her fingers is Elsie then Sammy who became well known as a barman in Fox's, next Lillian and in front Jim along with his faithful dog Spot.
MARKET YARD 1603
Holding on to the horse in the market yardis Sam Campbell and astride the horse is a very daring young Scots girl whose name is unknown.
As it is a working horse it would not be too clean so they have put a cloth on the horse for her to sit on but now she is showing her knees and worst of all the legs of her bloomers!
MOYLENA HOUSE 1617
In the doorway of the house at Moylena near the Beatling mill is John Campbell. Astride the motorbike is Jack Campbell who was an Ulster bus driver. The year is unknown.
MASSEREENE GOLF LINKS 1491
Enjoying a sunny day are these lovely girls on Massereene Golf Links in 1960.
All smiles for the camera are Lila Jameison, Roberta French, Mildred Jackson and Roberta Williamson.
McCABE PORTRAIT 1430
This lovely portrait photograph was taken in Osnestry, England in 1959.
Here we have John McCabe aged two with his baby sister Jacqueline.
MASSEREENE NATIONAL SCHOOL 1439
Massereene National School's Prize Day in 1950 which was held in the Protestant Hall in Railway Street. On the left is the Headmaster Mr Charles and handing out the prizes is the minister's wife Mrs. Hawkins. The girl receiving her prize in Unknown and so are the two boys behind her. The next boy is Stanley Molloy, Unknown, Eileen Bell, Unknown, Ethel McKee (why is she dressed?), Unknown, Alan Gillespie, Unknown and Unknown.
MASSEREENE NATIONAL SCHOOL 1440
All full of voice and singing their hearts out are the pupils of Massereene National School in 1950 at the Protestant Hall in Railway Street.
In the front row are Unknown, Unknown, Brenda Morrow, Unknown, Bula Brownlees, Evon Dawson, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Master Morrow and Dougie Lennon. The first boy on the right in the back row is John Knox of "Johns Carpets" and the rest of the row are unknown.
Mc CABE'S BUTCHERS 1438
Here we are in the back yard of McCabe's butchers in 1957.
Getting their photograph taken are at the back Sadie McCabe with her son Mathew in her arms, then Edward McCabe the butcher and Elizabeth McCabe.
The children in front are Samuel McCabe, Edd McCabe and Ann McCabe.

MUCKAMORE NATIONAL SCHOOL 1385
This is Muckamore National School and the pupils of 1948. The school only had two classrooms and it you were sometimes naughty you would have to stand in the corner and put your nose against the wall and not move!. I wonder how many of you remember this but will also admit it happening to them!
In the back row we have Roy Watt, John Gilmore, Ethel Marquess, Violet Steele, Ann McKillough, Basil Kinnen and Billy Hill. In the 4th row are Leslie Steele, Margaret Steele, Gladys Jackson, Campbell Goudy, Bertie Reid, Billy Wilson, Sam Bradley, Maureen Teitch, Eileen Teitch and Douglas Crowe. The 3rd row has Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Roberta McKelvey, Kathleen Jackson, Agnes Jackson, Maureen McKelvey, Elvor Wallace, Margaret Wright, Margaret Craig, Alice Martin, Madeline Fleming, Alex Wright and Joan Minford. Seated in the 2nd row are Hugh J. Wright,Wilson McClure, Willis McKelvey, J. Craig, Fiona Woods, P. Smyth, P. Fleming, Priscilla Gilmour, Mary McNamee, Margaret McNamee, Isobel Drummond, Geoffrey Wallace, Brian Craig, Benny Woods and C McCooke. The front row boys are Archie Campbell, John Craig, R. McNeilly, Billy McKelvey, W. Wright, B. Houston, Steve McCooke, Patterson Craig, Unknown, Norman Jackson, T. Barnes, Unknown, Billy Caulfield, Unknown and Huston McKelvey our very own Black Santa of St Anne's Cathedral.
MUCKAMORE PRESBYTERIAN FOOTBALL CLUB 1285
No wonder these players and members of Muckamore Presbyterian Football Club are all smiles 1950 for in the season 1949 - 1950 they have won the Irish Junior Cup and the Co. Antrim Junior Shield.
At the back are J. McCaige, R. Nicholl, J. Kirkpatrick, D. Fee, W.J. Currie, A. Craig, J. Morrow and R. McCleary.
The middle row has H. McCleary, R. Steele, R.F. Gray, T. Tweedie, G. O'Neill, W. Jones, D. Agnew and R. Patton.
In front we have R. Rea, T. Wylie, J. McCaige, A. Fleming, J. Greer, H. French and J. Agnew.
MUCKAMORE STATION 1356
This train No.68 is picking up passengers at Muckamore Station (Islandbawn) in 1959. In the background to the right are the Summerhill hill flats.
MUCKAMORE CRICKET CLUB 1340
Proudly displaying the Senior Cup which they had won in 1963 are Muckamore Cricket Club.
Standing at the back are P. McCormick, B. Craig, W. Boyd, J. Reid, G. Wallace, R. Reid*, W. Handley, R, Huston, W. Ross*, J. McCormick and A. McQuilken. In front are G. Luke (Hon. Treas.), P. Campbell (Scorer), A. Campbell (V.Capt.),S. Henderson (President), W. Chambers (Capt.),
N. Entwistle (Chairman), A. Chambers, H. Bamford (V. Chairman), and J. Ross (Hon. Sec.). * Played in the early rounds but not the final.
MAGHERALANE CAMOGIE TEAM 1912
This is the Magheralane Camogie Team of 1930.
At the back are E. O'Kane, S. O'Kane, J. McNally, M. Storey, M. Hill, B. Dowd, L. O'Kane, M. Gribben and L. Robb.
In the middle we have T. Storey, R. McCormack, M. McNally and J. McCormack. At the front are A. McNally, M. O'Kane and the boy H. Steele.
NORMAN McQUILLAN 1708
Proudly getting his school photograph taken is Norman McQuillan.
Co.ANTRIM DSCN2547
On their way to Mussendlen Temple in 1990 we have Margaret Brown nee McMahon and Elizabeth Hood nee McMahon.
KERNEARNEY DSCN2558
Here we are near Kernearney in 1990 and enjoying the view are Eleanora and Josephine McMahon.
MARKET SQUARE 1986
Every boy's dream a shed to play in and this one was in the back yard of Coulter's Co-op shop in Market Square in 1957.
On the left is Stanley Coulter with his mate Raymond Gaynor, and kneeling is Leslie McCullough nursing Tim the Coulter's family pet.
MASSEREENE NATIONAL SCHOOL 1441
These girls of Massereene National School in 1950 are getting ready to sing accompanied by Miss Bell on the piano. Of the three girls at the back only Paula Fleming is known. The middle row has Alice Nicholl, Madeline Fleming, Violet Bell, the next three are unknown.
In front we have Unknown, Stella Lynn, Hazel Nixon and the other three girls are unknown. Also unknown are the two girls in the audience.
McILREA WEDDING 1636
This beautiful wedding photograph of a Bride and Groom with two Best men and Bridesmaids has the men sitting while the ladies are left standing. This was taken on the 16th October 1929, the wedding bouquets are lovely and from the left are Best man James Nicholl, Bridesmaid unknown, Groom William McIlrea, Bride is Elizabeth Nicholl, best man unknown and finally look at the dress of the bridesmaid on the right who is Mary McCabe.
MARKET SQUARE 1985
Here is John Coulter with his faithfull dog Tony seen here at the rear of the Co-op shop which was in Market Square next to the Police Barracks in 1954.
McQUILLAN CHILDREN 1700
This is the McQuillan children having their school photograph taken at Massereene National School.
On the left is doris McQuillan then her brother Norman McQuillan and finally her sister May McQuillan.
MY MUM 1705
Having their photograph taken in 1973 with their mum May Hannan we have her three sons Gary, Norman and Philip.
MAY QUEEN 1647
This is Antrim's May Queen Mary Marley and either side of her are her ladies-in-waiting, on the left is Hillary Moffat and on the right Marlyn Milligan.
The photo was taken in the Castle grounds and although the girls look very summery look at the spectators, some even with the good old ' Plastic Macs'.
MINI 1784
Seated on a true mini at the side of the road is Meta Johnston nee McCabe.
Meta was returning home from Dublin to Antrim with her husband where they had spent their honeymoon.
MARKET YARD 1606
This is Billie Sharples with his arm round Margaret Kyle getting their photograph taken. The caravan behind them is where they lived here in the Market Yard. Billy owned the Merry-Go-Round with the hobby horses, they also had swing boats and a palm reader.
MASSEREENE FORGE 1507
This is the famous Massereene Forge in Bridge Street and standing in the doorway is Jimmy Coulter with a horse in 1929.
As you can see they had plenty of work between shoeing the horses to mending ploughs, cartwheels and even bicycles. The big hoops behind the bike were for the rims of the wheels for carts and wagons. Behind Jimmy you can see a window and here comes an amusing story, apparently Jimmy and his father were short tempered and two young local lads who will remain anonymous found a broken pane in the window and when Jimmy or his dad were shoeing the horses they would shoot peas at the horse with their peashooters to make the horse jump.
It took a while for Jimmy and his dad to catch on and when they did, they chased the lads up High Street but didn't catch them.
Now if you have an amusing story to tell from the past, let me know and I might be able to put a photo to it.
MASSEREENE BRIDGE 1494
Myrtle Hanna and Rosemary Johnston in 1961 at 3.30pm sitting on the wall of Massereene bridge.
Behind them is High Street Presbyterian Church and then All Saints' Parish Church. To the right are the buildings in Riverside before the developers got to it.
MOYLENA 1475
Sitting on the wall outside the Beetling Mill at Moylena in 1957 we have on the left Grannie Margaret Boyd,on her lap is Ester Reade.
Next to Grannie are two sisters Lena and Madge Ferguson who has her arms round her niece Margaret Patterson.
Next hiding behind her sister Evelyn Reade is Margaret Reade and kneeling down is Lena Reade.
MUCKAMORE R. FOOTBALL TEAM 1478
This is the 1923 Muckamore R. Football Team along with the men behind the scenes getting their photograph taken at Muckamore but where is unknown.
Displaying their hard work for the season the have a cup and a shield. which at the moment are unknown, also what the 'R' stands for.
In the back row we have Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Mr. McClure and Unknown.
Middle row has Jim McCormick, Unknown, Unknown, Charlie Clark (not Chuckie but his Dad), Unknown, Unknown, Unknown and Davy Craig Snr.
Front row consists of Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Mr. Irvine and standing Unknown.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 1333
This is Muckamore Tennis Club in 1973 and smiling they should be for they have won the Belfast & District League Section 10.
Standing at the back are D. Deery, Dr. R. Smith (Gent's Capt.), D. Clement and N. Craig.
The ladies are Mrs. L. Ross (Ladies Capt.), Mrs. N. McKeown, Mrs. R. Sweetman and Mrs. N. Craig.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 1334
This is one of the Tennis hard courts at Muckamore Tennis Club and offically opening them on the 1st May 1948 by serving the first ball is O. Merrifield. Behind him from the left are C. Walker, J. Kirk, Mrs. J. Grainger, N. Kirk, F. Grainger and J. Entwistle.
MUCKAMORE NATIONAL SCHOOL 400
This photograph was taken in the early 1920's and shows the puplis of Muckamore National School.
Back Row: James McIlveen, Joe Jackson, Andy Francey, Dan Steele, Willie McDowell, Herbie Jackson and Tom Johnston.
2nd Row: Allen, Jeannie Johnston, Rena McIlveen, Sarah Steele, Ethel Steele and Robert Totten.
3rd Row: Jackson, Victoria Johnston, May Stewart, Lizzie Whylie, Daisy McDowell, Meta Sterling, Sadie Sterling and Jim Steele.
Front Row: John Totten, Bobby Johnston, Davey Francey, Elizabeth Stewart, Tillie Stewart, Allen, Nat Johnston and Lulu McDowell.
MUCKAMORE SCOUTS 1294
Walking along the platform at Antrim Railway Station in 1950 we have some scouts from Muckamore. They were heading off to camp and the two in front are carrying a tea chest, back then there were no tea bags it came loose in bags. In the group of scouts we have Thomas McClure, Malachey Gormond, Bobby Millar and Philip Ross.
MUCKAMORE CRICKET CLUB 1341
Muckamore Cricket Club were happy this year in 1970 for they were Joint Winners of the Senior League I.
At the back we have H. Law, T. Jackson, J. Reid, P. O'Hara, G. Wallace, R. Huston, I. Surgenor and W. Boyd.
Seated are A McQuilken, N. Entwistle (President), J. McCormick (Capt.), P. Campbell (Chairman), A. Campbell and I. McMeekin.
MUCKAMORE JUNIOR LODGE 1381
This is Muckamore Junior Lodge standing outside an old Nissan hut at Easter in the 1950's.
Although slightly out of focus we can still make out from the left are Violet Lynn, Hetty Jones, Raymond Lynn, Henry Jones, Albert Jones, Stanley Lynn, Mervyn Cummings, Tommy Young and Thompson Cummings. The lady having a quick smoke is unknown.
TESS McATEER 2082
Having her photograph taken in a studio is Tess McAteer with Liam who was aged 18 months at the time.
PATRICIA MACKRETH 2079
This little cutie getting her photograph taken has not changed much in the few years since this was taken.
The year was 1946 and aged 4 this is our very own Patricia Mackreth!
MAID OF ANTRIM 1999
This is the 'Maid of Antrim' vessel just coming out of the Sixmilewater river and into Lough Neagh.
As you can see it was a very popular boat and as usual packed with people.
MUCKAMORE CRICKET CLUB 1339
This year 1950 the Muckamore Cricket Club 1st XI were Joint winners of the Junior Cup.
At the back left, S. Hendreson (V. President), A. Turbitt, H. Catherwood, A. Reid, D. Arnold, D. Cupples, R. Reid and J. Ross (Asst. Sec.).
Seated are W. Graham, N. Entwistle, J. Entwistle (Hon. Sec.), J. Shaw (Capt.), F. Grainger (Chairman), P. McCormick and E. Mulholland (V. Capt.).
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2255
These smiling faces belong to members of Muckamore Tennis Club in 1953.
Last at the back on the right is Alan Abercrombie the only member known at the moment.