About this memory
to the left, in the background.
Directly above the stable door was where the horses tackle – harnesses, bridles, rein’s etc., was stored.
You can see the large round water tank/Butt on the ground again to the left of the photo, which supplied the 2 Clydesdale Horses with water as they left the stable’s. One of the Clydesdale Horses was called “Prince”.
(Just visible is the drain pipe protruding from the window Just above the water tank which had been installed to fill the water tank/Butt with water).
The “Carter’s” Willie Brash & Brother Eddie Brash looked after the horses in the Tannery.
The window shown on the right hand side was part of Deanhaugh Cottage. (1955)