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Monday 5th to Saturday 10th May.

Nevis Radio, Fort William will be in the Parc Ferme for the 2014 Scottish Six Days Trial. With Morning Show presenter David Ogg (The Oggster) and Guest SSDT Presenter ‘The Moffster’ (aka John Moffat) From 07:00 to 11:00 GMT every morning during SSDT week.


The SSDT Morning Programme is sponsored by ‘Michelin Competition Tyres’ and ‘Trial Magazine’, bringing you news, views and rider interviews as it happens – daily. Nevis Radio is the only radio station to bring you the action from down-town Fort William during the Scottish. Tune in to: 96.6; 102.3 -102.4 FM or ‘Listen online’ 

John Moffat & David Ogg – your Nevis Radio OB Team at the SSDT 2014.



The SCOTT TRIAL – SCOTT 100 – 18 October 2014

The Scott Trial, for those who don’t know, is held near Reeth in Yorkshire, England by the Richmond Motor Club (Yorkshire) Ltd. A competition run over a moorland course of approximately 70-75 miles, consisting of one lap. It is the most challenging of one-day trial events in the UK, possibly the world, its appeal is universal to both club riders and international professionals.

David Tye Scott Trial 1954David Tye on his factory BSA in the 1954 Scott Trial – Photo: Ray Biddle, Birmingham, England.

Annually this event raises a size-able amount of funds for the ‘Scott Charities’, a range of local charitable associations and trusts which helps local communities. Much of the funding comes from an auction at the presentation of awards on the Saturday evening.

Doug Lampkin 2013 Scott
2013 Scott Trial winner: Doug Lampkin (Gas Gas) – Photo copyright: Neil Sturgeon, Darlington, England.

The event itself began in 1914 when Alfred A. Scott who manufactured ‘Scott’ motorcycles in the town of Shipley, set up a test of his products ridden by workers at his factory. It was a  reliability trial event to help publicise and prove his machines to the buying public. Of the 14 competitors who entered only 9 completed the course. The First World war intervened, but it was re-started in 1919 and continued by the Scott factory until 1926 when it was taken under the control of the Bradford & District MC. The trial was based near Harrogate at a village called Blubberhouses, then moved again to Swainby in Cleveland, not too far from where it is based today. The event organisation passed to the Middlesbrough and Stockton Motorcycle Clubs.

Emma Bristow 2013 Scott
Emma Bristow (Sherco) in the 2013 Scott Trial – Photo copyright: Neil Sturgeon, Darlington, England.

From 1950 the Scott moved again to Swaledale where it has remained until the present day and it is held within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Prior to Richmond taking over the reins in 1990, the Darlington & District Motor Club had organised the Scott. But throughout it’s history the event maintained its stature as the ultimate test of man and machine against the elements and course not just on observation but on reliability and against the clock. Scott competitors are always conscious of the clock ticking on as they traverse the moors of North Yorkshire. There are several re-fueling stops along the way, staffed by teams of enthusiastic volunteers not just from the Richmond Club but by people that are happy to be part of this great event.

Philip Alderson 2013 Scott
Local man Philip Alderson has won the Scott 4 times, in 1987 -89 and 1991. Seen here in the 2013 Scott on his Gas Gas. – Photo copyright: Neil Sturgeon, Darlington, England.

The course sports 76 observed sections and it is quite usual to see more than one rider in the section at one time, which is a feature of this event. There is at least one observer and also a ‘checker’ who notes only the riders numbers down as they enter the section. There is a team of officials on machines who make sure that all is well and they collect the observers books as soon as the last rider has left the sections. There is a small but very efficient results team back in Reeth who record all the observers scores into a computer for results production. The eventual winner is a closely guarded secret, until revealed at the presentation of awards and as the results are read out on the Saturday evening, you can feel the tension building within the Richmondshire Cricket Club pavilion where the awards ceremony takes place.

JR Sunter 2013 Scott
Fastest man, who set standard time in 2011 was John R. Sunter (Montesa 4RT) seen here in the 2013 Scott. – Photo copyright: Neil Sturgeon, Darlington, England.

And of course on 18th October 2014 the Richmond Motor Club (Yorkshire) Ltd will host the celebration of 100 years since Alfred A. Scott organised the very first SCOTT TRIAL.

See you in Swaledale….

2014 - 100 - NS

The Scott Trial winners – Year by Year:

Year Entries Finishers Winner Fastest Rider
1914 14 9 Frank Philip (Scott) Frank Philip
World War I – 1914 to 1918  No Event
1919 74 35 Geoff Hill (Triumph) Geoff Hill
1920 131 64 C.H. ‘Clarrie’ Wood (Scott) Clarrie Wood
1921 50 29 C.H. ‘Clarrie’ Wood (Scott) Clarrie Wood
1922 58 27 Harry Langman (Scott) Billy Moore (Scott)
1923 80 30 E. Mainwaring (Scott) Clarrie Wood (Scott)
1924 90 35 W.H. Clough (Scott) W.H. Clough
1925 117 64 Eddie Flintoff (Sunbeam) A. Jackson (AJS)
1926 134 30 Eddie Flintoff (Sunbeam) W. Evans (Triumph)
1927 145 60 Oliver Langton (Scott) W. Evans (Triumph)
1928 116 51 Eric Langton (Scott) Eddie Flintoff (Sunbeam)
1929 119 97 Vic Brittain (Sunbeam) Eddie Flintoff (Sunbeam)
1930 92 38 Len Heath (Ariel) Allan Jefferies (AJS)
1931 100 63 Vic Brittain (Sunbeam) Stanley Woods (Norton)
1932 94 70 Allan Jefferies (Scott) Allan Jefferies
1933 69 32 Len Heath (Ariel) Len Heath
1934 69 38 Ken Wilson (Panther) Ken Wilson
1935 74 42 Len Heath (Ariel) Allan Jefferies
1936 80 38 Billy Tiffen (Velocette) Allan Jefferies
1937 89 42 Allan Jefferies (Triumph) Allan Jefferies
1938 86 Len Heath (Ariel) W.J. Smith (Levis)
World War II – 1939 to 1945 No Event
1946 137 Bill Nicholson (BSA) Bill Nicholson
1947 147 Bill Nicholson (BSA) Bill Nicholson
1948 100 Jim Alves (Triumph) Jim Alves
1949 137 Bill Nicholson(BSA) Bill Nicholson
1950 195 Bill Nicholson (BSA) Bill Nicholson
1951 178 Bill Nicholson (BSA) Bill Nicholson
1952 169 Johnny Draper (Norton) David Tye (BSA)
1953 156 Arthur Shutt (Frances Barnett) David Tye (BSA)
1954 140 Jeff Smith (BSA) Jeff Smith (BSA)
1955 145 Johnny Brittain (Royal Enfield) Gordon Jackson (AJS)
1956 139 Johnny Brittain (Royal Enfield) Gordon Jackson (AJS)
1957 163 Artie Ratcliffe (Triumph) Brian Stonebridge (Greeves)
1958 178 Sammy Miller (Ariel) Jeff Smith (BSA)
1959 197 Jeff Smith (BSA) Jeff Smith (BSA)
1960 236 Arthur Lampkin (BSA) Jeff Smith (BSA)
1961 180 Arthur Lampkin (BSA) Arthur Lampkin (BSA)
1962 201 Sammy Miler (Ariel) Sammy Miller (Ariel)
1963 223 Sammy Miller (Ariel) Arthur Lampkin (BSA)
1964 183 72 Bill Wilkinson (Greeves) Bill Wilkinson (Greeves)
1965 188 Arthur Lampkin (BSA) Arthur Lampkin (BSA)
1966 193 43 Alan Lampkin (BSA) Arthur Lampkin
1967 184 40 Sammy Miller (Bultaco) Bill Wilkinson (Greeves)
1968 150 46 Sammy Miller (Bultaco) Gordon Farley (Greeves)
1969 176 44 Sammy Miller (Bultaco) Malcolm Rathmell (Greeves)
1970 147 61 Sammy Miller (Bultaco) Alan Lampkin (Bultaco)
1971 185 76 Malcolm Rathmell (Bultaco) Alan Lampkin (Bultaco)
1972 195 Rob Shepherd (Montesa) Rob Shepherd (Montesa)
1973 201 49 Malcolm Rathmell (Bultaco) Malcolm Rathmell (Bultaco)
1974 185 48 Rob Edwards (Montesa) Malcolm Rathmell (Bultaco)
1975 198 44 Malcolm Rathmell (Montesa) Malcolm Rathmell (Montesa)
1976 200 53 Malcolm Rathmell (Montesa) Malcolm Rathmell (Montesa)
1977 195 60 Martin Lampkin (Bultaco) Martin Lampkin (Bultaco)
1978 183 76 Martin Lampkin (Bultaco) Martin Lampkin (Bultaco)
1979 200 42 Malcolm Rathmell (Montesa) Malcolm Rathmell (Montesa)
1980 177 41 Malcolm Rathmell (Montesa) Malcolm Rathmell (Montesa)
1981 178 62 Martin Lampkin (SWM) Nigel Birkett (Fantic)
1982 140 50 Martin Lampkin (SWM) Malcolm Rathmell (Montesa)
1983 128 70 Gerald Richardson (Armstrong) Gerald Richardson
1984 152 50 Nigel Birkett (Yamaha) Gerald Richardson (Yamaha)
1985 104 63 Gerald Richardson (Yamaha) Gerald Richardson (Yamaha)
1986 146 78 Tony Scarlett (Yamaha) Philip Anderson (Yamaha)
1986 146 78 Tony Scarlett (Yamaha) Philip Anderson (Yamaha)
1987 164 99 Philip Anderson (Yamaha) Harold Crawford (Yamaha)
1988 151 71 Philip Anderson (Yamaha) Harold Crawford (Yamaha)
1989 148 91 Philip Anderson (Yamaha) Gerald Richardson (Yamaha)
1990 139 65 Robert Crawford (Beta) Philip Anderson (Yamaha)
1991 145 62 Philip Anderson (Yamaha) Philip Anderson (Yamaha)
1992 142 76 Steve Colley (Beta) Wayne Braybrook (Gas Gas)
1993 140 69 Steve Colley (Beta) Robert Crawford (Aprilia)
1994 166 68 Dougie Lampkin (Beta) Dougie Lampkin
1995 142 80 Robert Crawford (Yamaha) Robert Crawford (Yamaha)
1996 129 74 Graham Jarvis (Scorpa) Steve Colley (GasGas)
1997 138 78 Graham Jarvis (Scorpa) Graham Jarvis
1998 147 27 Graham Jarvis (Scorpa) Graham Jarvis
1999 175 76 Graham Jarvis (Bultaco) Wayne Braybrook (Montesa)
2000 195 83 Wayne Braybrook (Montesa) Henry Moorhouse (GasGas)
2001 Foot & Mouth Outbreak UK  No Event
2002 200 86 Michael Philipson (Beta) Ben Hemingway (Beta)
2003 200 83 Graham Jarvis (Sherco) Graham Jarvis
2004 200 68 Graham Jarvis (Sherco) Graham Jarvis
2005 200 78 Graham Jarvis (Sherco) Ian Austermuhle (Beta)
2006 200 80 Dougie Lampkin (Montesa) Dougie Lampkin
2007 200 85 Dougie Lampkin (Montesa) Dougie Lampkin
2008 180 60 Graham Jarvis (Sherco) James Dabill (Montesa)
2009 169 79 Graham Jarvis (Sherco) James Dabill (Montesa)
2010 200 73 James Dabill (GasGas) Michael Brown (Sherco)
2011 210 85 Jonathan Richardson (Sherco) John Sunter (Montesa)
2012 191 71 Michael Brown (GasGas) Michael Brown
2013 200 Dougie Lampkin (GasGas) Jonathan Richardson (Ossa)

18th October 2014 – Who will be the Scott 100 winner?

SCOTT 2012
Photo: Barry Robinson – All Rights Reserved

‘Trials Guru’ wishes to thank the members and committee of the Richmond Motor Club (Yorkshire) Ltd; Bruce Storr, Clerk of the Course and his team; and Neil Sturgeon for the use of his images.

SSDT 2014 – The Warm Up Begins!


Scottish Sign Up

Dateline March 2014…

With the event approaching at a rapid rate the Edinburgh & District Motor Club has sent out riding numbers to all the successful entrants for this year’s event. A detailed description of ‘who’s who’ in this annual classic will be issued shortly.

The machine importers who will represent the manufacturers will once again be providing excellent support facilities within the Parc Ferme in Fort William. For this to run as smoothly as possible, they will need riders to register with them for all your requirements before and during the event.

Contact details for all the importers are available, so please make your arrangements with them as soon as possible.

Beta – Tel: 01535 655970 – Mail:

Gas Gas – Tel: 01298 766814 – Mail:

Jotagas – Tel: 01452 849458 – Mail:

Montesa – “Montesa Honda will be providing on-event support at the Scottish Six Days Trial for competitors on Montesa machinery. Any competitors interested in receiving support at the event, opening a parts account prior to the event or interested in machine hire for the duration of the event, please make contact with your local Montesa dealer from the list below”.

Craigs Motorcycles – Tel: 01924 488 117 – Mickey Oates Motorcycles – Tel: 0141 332 7374 – St Blazey Moto-X – Tel: 01726 816 181

Ossa – Tel: 01229 716806 – Mail:

Scorpa – Tel: 01229 716806 – Mail:

Sherco – Tel: 01423 772885 – Mail:

Major Sandy Mack of the British Army will be in charge of re-fueling all the 275 riders at the 2014 SSDT.


YAMAHA TYZ250 – The very first -1992!

Hiro Kamura's Yamaha TYZ 1992

The very first pre-production water-cooled Yamaha TYZ 250 to appear at the Scottish Six Days Trial was this one seen here in May 1992. It was ridden by Yamaha factory technician and test rider HIRO KAMURA. His aim was to test the bike to its’ limits and finish the event which he did in 144th position losing 517 marks. This bike was to effectively replace the, by now, ageing TY250R air-cooled mono-shock Yamaha trials machine, which had proved so popular during its production run from 1984 to 1992. Kamura returned to Japan and fed back useful information to his development colleagues which resulted in the new models launch in early 1993.

Hiro Kamura'92 Creag Lundie

Kamura seen here on Creag Lundie in the 1992 Scottish Six Days on the prototype TYZ Yamaha.

Hiro Kamura'92 Ben Nevis

Hiro Kamura on the TYZ riding the Ben Nevis sections in May 1992.

(All Photos copyright: Iain Lawrie, Kinlochleven)

Scottish 2014 – Clerk of Course Jeff Horne – Update


SSDT UPDATE 2014 – Clerk of the Course, Jeff Horne


After another few days in the Lochaber area, I can confirm you will be treated to some new and spectacular views along with a new route this year. In addition to this some old favourites will have an extra twist or two, and the introduction of some brand new sections just to keep you on your toes.

Along with a small group of Assistant Clerks we spent a very cold day of snow, hail and rain showers on Saturday preparing new sections that can only be described as a replacement for the old Witches burn and some.

We are scheduled to be back in the area in two weeks to continue where we left off. Bad weather and snow prevented us from carrying on. However this gave us an opportunity to look at some of the existing sections on the Sunday and we will indeed be extending some of them, like we did with some last year. So look out for some minor changes throughout the week.

I can also confirm that permission has been granted for the trial to use the Achlain group of sections for the first time since the early 90s. For those of you that can remember them, they may bring back fond memories or nightmares.

We will be publishing a comprehensive list of riders along with an editorial mentioning some of the riders taking part very soon.

Jeff Horne

Clerk of Course, SSDT

SSDT 2014 coming soon…



Fantic - Saffron
A touch of glamour…Model ‘Saffron’ tries local Fort William rider Gary MacLennan’s Fantic out for size…keep tuned to Trials Guru for pre-trial updates for this years’ Scottish Six Days!
SSDT 2014 Advert
Also coming soon, a special page all about the Scottish, past & present… all from Trials Guru…
Alexz Wigg'07 Leanachan
ALEXZ WIGG in SSDT action 2007 on his Gas Gas at Leanachan (Photo: Iain Lawrie, Kinlochleven)

Don’t miss it…the Scottish Six Days Trial – 5 – 10 May, 2014.

Profile: CHRISTIAN RAYER (France)

Christian Rayer is a name not universally known in the UK, but is very well-known in his native France. Born in 1945, riding Greeves and Motobecane machinery in his early years as a rider, he was instrumental in the development of the first Montesa Cota 247 series trials machine which emerged in 1967, based and developed from the Spanish factory’s Impala engine design.

Montesa Trial prototype n1( 67)
Prior to the Cota, this was the Montesa Trial 247 (11M), this model was launched at the Barcelona motor show and had a production run of only 44 units. Developed by Rayer/Pi in 1967. (Information provided by: Luis Munoz-Aycuens Ribas).

This was done in association with both Pedro Pi and England’s Don (D.R.) Smith feeding information back to the Barcelona factory, owned by the Catalan Permanyer family, based then at Esplugas de Llobregat.

Pere Pi - Montesa Proto
Pere Pi was one of the Montesa factory development riders with Christian Rayer in 1967, seen here with another Cota Prototype.
Montesa Cota Prototype
One of the few remaining early model Montesa Trial 11M limited series production machines (B-577564). Developed from the prototypes from the Rayer/Pi/Smith era now in a private museum near Madrid, Spain (Photo: Eduardo Gomez de Salazar).


Première MONTESA 1967 -
Christian Rayer on B-576140 the first prototype of the Montesa Cota in 1967
1971 Cota 247
The 1971 production Montesa Cota which was a direct descendant from Rayer’s prototype machinery.

Rayer was six times French trials champion and rode the Scottish Six Days Trial three times on the Spanish marque. His main rivals of that era on the European trials scene were Sammy Miller, Gordon Farley and Don Smith (England) and Gustav Franke (Germany) who were all professional riders. Thereafter, in 1971 he was contracted by Yamaha to develop a trials machine the basis being their DT175 off-road model.

Presentation essaie prototype TY Yamaha (71)
Rayer with the prototype Yamaha TY (1971) in a company publicity brochure.

The trials model became known as the ‘TY’ which stood for ‘Trial Yamaha’ Rayer again feeding back useful information to the Japanese engineers at the Yamaha factory. Rayer’s efforts paved the way for a full-on attack by the Dutch based competition arm of Yamaha Motor Co in trials, but now with Mick Andrews as their main factory rider in 1973. Andrews had been with Spanish rivals, Ossa from 1967, switching to Yamaha in a blaze of publicity.

The first Factory Trial motorcycle in 1972
Progression in 1972 with changes to the TY Yamaha already visible.

Rayer’s business acumen resulted in the creation of his dealership called ‘Moto 92’ at Chaville, a suburb of Paris, where he went on to develop up-rated motors for the Yamaha TY250; XT600 and other trail models. He was also the founder of the first riding school for off road riders near Paris and competed in the first edition of the famous Paris-Dakar Rally on the Japanese marque as an official team member, winning many of the individual stages in the process. Rayer also rode in the Enduro de Touquet, also as part of Team Yamaha and finished second overall from a start field of 1000 riders.

In later life, Christian took up para-gliding, diving, hunting and microlight aircraft piloting.

Nowadays Christian runs a business in Valbonne Cedex called ‘IP Moteurs‘ supplying after-market upgrade kits for Yamaha, Suzuki and Honda.

The Trials Guru salutes – Christian Rayer.



Tribute: Allie ‘Beag’ Cameron – the quiet man from Fort William

Allie ‘Beag’ Cameron 1940 – 1998 – Photo: Jimmy Young, Armadale

Alexander John Cameron, known to the townsfolk of his native Fort William as ‘Allie Beag’ or just ‘The Beag’, this Gaelic nickname means ‘Wee Allie’.

At the Parade Garage in Fort William, where he served his apprenticeship as a mechanic, there were two ‘Allies’ so there had to be a distinction and it stuck with him for the rest of his life. Allie was originally inspired by watching the Scottish Six Days and ventured into trials at eighteen years of age, when he could afford a James Commando in 1958. This beginner bike soon made way for a brand new 20TA Greeves, purchased from Duncan’s of Brechin a year later.

Allie progressed to a 250 DOT in 1961, which, he rode for only one year.

A J Cameron - Triumph
Allie Cameron on the 150cc Triumph Cub in the 1962 SSDT on Tyndrum – Photo: Ian T. Robertson

Next season, Allie bought the ex- Jimmy Hutchings Triumph Tiger Cub and had it reduced in capacity by the factory at Meriden, near Coventry with the intention of winning the 150cc cup at the Scottish, which he did. Henry Vale, the competitions manager at Triumphs had a Terrier 150cc barrel fitted to reduce the capacity accordingly. That particular Cub had a twenty-one inch front wheel and a widened swinging arm to accommodate a full four-inch section trials tyre at the rear.

Allie Beag1
A smiling Allie gets ready for an event at Todholes Farm, Fintry in 1963 – Photo: Jack Williamson, Rosewell.

His Scottish 150cc capacity win on the Triumph soon attracted the attention of the Greeves factory at Thundersley, Essex and Allie received factory support in the shape of a 149cc bike (XWC 264) for the 1963 Scottish.

Cameron lifted the cup a second time for the loss of 120 marks with his closest rival being Gordon Farley, on a Triumph supported by Jock Hitchcock, who dropped 174 marks. Greeves were happy with the result and used it to best effect in their adverts in the motorcycle press for many months later.

1963 Allie Cameron Achintee
On his special Greeves 149 (XWC264) winning the 150cc cup at the Scottish for his employers, Greeves Motorcycles of Thundersley, Essex; seen here on Achintee in the 1963 Scottish Six Days Trial. Photo: Mrs Florence Cameron, Fort William.

The same year Allie was runner up in the Scottish Trials championship, two points behind Jackie Williamson. By 1967,  ‘Beag’ had two special firsts, four first class and four capacity class wins to his credit in six rides in the Scottish Six Days Trial.

Allie was offered a job as mechanic in the competitions department at Thundersley, preparing the factory trials and scrambles machinery for the works riders. He also prepared many of the special ISDT machines including those supplied to Thames Ditton dealers Comerfords. Allie worked in company with John Pease on the ISDT bikes.

1965 Allie Cameron
An accomplished mechanic, Allie fettles his 150cc Greeves factory machine at Gorgie Market in May 1965 (NEV5C). He won the 150cc cup on 169 marks. Photo: Mrs Florence Cameron, Fort William.

Pease who as well as working at the factory was selected on many occasions as a British Trophy team member. The duo fabricated the special engine cradles to carry centre stands, rock guards and the various brackets to carry headlamps, number plates and compressed air bottles for tyre inflation.

Allie became friends with Don ‘D.R.’ Smith who came up to the factory once a week for testing and development discussions. ‘Beag’ would go practising at Kelvedon Hatch near Brentwood with Smith who was one of Britain’s top trials riders, by then, European Champion.

1968 LEP Allie Cameron
Allie Cameron on Loch Eild Path in the 1968 Scottish on his factory Greeves (XHK14F). Allie won the Henderson Challenge Trophy for the best performance by a member of the promoting club. – Photo: Alistair MacMillan / West Highland News Agency, Fort William (with permission of current copyright holder: Anthony MacMillan, Fort William – All rights reserved)

‘Beag’ knew all the ‘works boys’ and was highly regarded as not only an excellent spanner-man but as a handy rider in the Wessex Centre ACU. He spannered for Bryan Goss and many of the other factory motocross riders.

In 1971, Allie decided to return home to Fort William and took up a position with the area’s largest employer, The British Aluminium Company (‘BA’ for short). He wasn’t home long when he received a call from Jim Sandiford offering him a job at Sandiford’s Montesa import business. Allie thought long and hard but decided to stay at the BA.

1971 SSDT – Allie ‘Beag’ Cameron (247 Montesa Cota) on Loch Eild Path. Allie took home the ‘Henderson Challenge Trophy’ for the second best performance by a member of the promoting club, and was 24th position in the trial with a special first class award on 126 marks. – Photo: Ian Robertson, Midlothian

Having been diagnosed as having Hodgkin’s disease, the Beag had to restrict his trials riding but never lost his enthusiasm for motorcycling. He rode up until the late 1970’s and was a willing observer at both the annual Ian Pollock Memorial Trial and Pre-65 Scottish.

Sadly, Allie died in the November of 1998. His funeral at the Duncansburgh Church, Fort William was filled to overflowing, such was the popularity of the little man known affectionately as ‘The Beag’ to the towns-folk.  Many modern day competitors and “old hands” converged on the Fort to pay their last respects.

Allie Beag
Allie Beag at home in Fort William in 1996 with the trophies he won during an accomplished career in trials. Photo: John Moffat

Article: Copyright – John Moffat -2005


  • Jimmy Young, Armadale
  • Alistair MacMillan / West Highland News Agency, Fort William (with permission of current copyright holder: Anthony MacMillan, Fort William – All rights reserved)
  • Mrs. Florence Cameron, Fort William
  • John Moffat / Trials Guru
  • Jack Williamson, Rosewell

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