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RSFS Tour Deeside – James Jones Sawmill
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No: 2844   Contributor: Norman Davidson   Year: 1992
RSFS Tour Deeside – James Jones Sawmill

The photograph is courtesy of the family of George Dey. George took many forestry photographs in his forestry career and many are now shown on this web site. Check under ‘Groups’ and George Dey Collection.

The RSFS group on a visit to James Jones Mill at Aboyne. The views of the people are distant but the gentleman in the yellow hat looking towards this side is probably Les Bryson who was the Forest District Manager for Moray Forest District but could by this time have moved to the Conservancy Office, Inverness.

The other views in the PDF are of the control cabin with operator and some more of the products lines and machinery.

Any suggested names for any of the people featured would be very welcome.
Picture added on 02 February 2015
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The Tall chap on the right look like Sandy Hogg. He was James Jones Harvesting Manager for North Scotland

Added by Ian Stewart on 07 May 2016.
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