Readers’ queries: McDonald Road red brick house | Dean Village Primary School classmate | Wedding photo from Newington South in 1974

WE are still looking for answers to pass on to some determined readers, while there’s an intriguing question posed about McDonald Road.

Q: Are you the owner of the red brick building with the large chimney on McDonald Road, next to the fire station? The chimney is also red brick and is to the rear of the property.

It is described as “quite ornate with a large frontage”.

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If you have any idea of what it was previously used for and when it was built, then please get in touch. Contact details are below.

J Reid of Willowbrae would appreciate your help, so send us the answers if you have them.

Q: Were you a pupil at Dean Village Primary School between 1944 and 1950? Reader Ron Hinde would love to hear from you. If Ron was your classmate, then drop us a line at the address below and we’ll put you in touch.

Q: Ms Lindsay Baxter, from western Australia, has been scratching her head over a picture of her dad, James Russell Baxter, marrying her mother, Catherine Jane Sinclair MacDonald. The wedding took place on November 15, 1947 at Newington South and Hope Park Church. She is seeking information about the wedding party and wants to track down the bridesmaids, the groomsman and a small child who joined them.