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HISTORY:

The Romans

The Celtic Solway

The Solway Saints

The Anglo Saxons

The Vikings

The Abbey

The Manor

The Quakers

Greenrow Academy

Foulsyke Chapel

The Maryport and Carlisle Railway

The Carlisle and Silloth Bay Railway

The Solway Junction Railway

Silloth - the town

Silloth - the docks

 The Lost Pubs of Allonby

Disaster strikes Allonby

PLACES:

Allonby

Beckfoot

Causewayhead

Edderside

Mawbray

Tarns

Silloth

Silloth Docks Today

Skinburness

NOSTALGIA:

Making a living

Domestic Matters

Shopping

Aldoth School

Silloth Carnival

The Evacuees

The Band of Hope

The School Garden

Sport

FARMING:

The Farming Year

Livestock Farming

Family Life on the Farm

PEOPLE:

John Ostle, the diarist

Postie Mary and her family

Sir Walter Scott, Civil Engineer

Captain Joseph Osborn

Mary Watson, Land Girl

John Stronach, Shipbroker

The Solway Smugglers

Longcake Family History (Text only)

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