The Press and Journal’s Scott Begbie has done a historical piece on Stonehaven’s old Ship to Shore Radio Station from it’s role in World War 2 and the Piper Alpha tragedy. He spoke with some of the folk that used to work there as a working ship to shore radio station, including my Uncle Gordon Reid and Ally Taylor.
He also talks about it’s future as a brewery for Six Degrees North Brewery in Stonehaven.
I was interviewed for my input on my 2010 song ‘Stonehaven Radio Station and Me’ and touched on my upcoming (comeback) single ‘Where The Ships Go To Die’.
Please give it a read. It’s a wonderful piece.
Tags: Aberdeen, Colin Clyne, Radio Station, Stonehaven