BUTE'S WAR - PHOTO GALLERIES

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Historical Photos Gallery

Commemorations Gallery (1)

Commemorations Gallery (2)

Zak's "Bute Remembers" Gallery


The images in this HISTORICAL PHOTOS GALLERY graphically portray the unique role played by the Isle of Bute during World War II.     Bute's involvement ranged from being the H.Q. (in Port Bannatyne) for the 12th Submarine Flotilla (X-craft),   to serving as the home base (in Rothesay Bay) for the navy's depot ship "HMS Cyclops" that was key in the training of Britain's submariners,   to the training of Commandos in preparation for D-Day landings,   to performing a vital salvage and repair role for vessels damaged in the Western Approaches,   and to accommodating thousands of evacuee children from the Greater Glasgow area.

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Historical Photos Gallery
Commemorations Gallery (1)
Commemorations Gallery (2)
Zak's "Bute Remembers" Gallery

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