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Alford Image Library

Postie Lawson

Andrew Lawson was a long serving local postman, but also much, much more....he was an inventor and skilled manufacturer of his inventions, a talented photographer, and not least, something of an entrepreneur, maybe skills and talents passed on to some of his descendents?
Lumphanan Kirk The New Lumphanan Church. In the foreground is the grave of one of Bill's relations, James Lawson. J...
Grave of James Lawson, Lumphanan James was the brother of Postie Lawson. See also image 993.
Postie Lawson's Long Service Medal Awarded for 50 years of dedicated postal service in the Alford area. The medal is now on display at ...
Postie Lawson's Commendation Certificate Andrew "Postie" Lawson had actually served for 50 years, delivering mail on horseback, and later wit...
Postie Lawson's Obituary A fitting tribute to such a resourceful and interesting man.
Craigievar Express at Craigievar Castle The Craigievar Express in the grounds of Craigievar Castle. Lord Semple who owned much of that area ...
Craigievar Express at the British Museum Postie Lawson's steam driven tricycle used to deliver mail around Craigievar.
Detail of the Craigievar Express Photograph taken at the British Museum, showing detail of the drive shaft and gears in Postie Lawson...
Detail of the Craigievar Express Photograph showing the boiler of the Craigievar Express, designed and made by Postie Lawson. Shown o...
Grave of Postie Lawson and his Wife Grave of Mary McPherson and Andrew Lawson at Leochel Cushnie Kirkyard.
Countryside near to Craigievar Mill Running left to right in a straight line is the old military road marked on the OS map for this regi...

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