Steady flow of visitors for Peterhead Scottish Week exhibition

Buchanhaven Heritage Centre welcomed visitors throughout Scottish Week to its Peterhead Ganjey Exhibition.

On show were a variety of knitted ganjeys that were popularly worn by men primarily working in the fishing industry from yesteryear.

The centre also had a range of model ships on displaywhich were created by Alex “Shonie” Strachan.

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Visitors could browse through plenty of historical family photographs and this year there was also a special wall dedicated to the sinking of the Peterhead vessel, Daisy PD334.

The ganjeys on display at Peterhead Heritage centre
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It sank in August 1962 and the exhibition told the story of the incredible rescue of the crew.

The teamat the centre said they had been delighted with a steady flow of visitors popping in for a cup of tea and to hear the stories and get a little insight to how things once were in bonnie Buchanhaven.