Famous on both sides of the world

Walter Watson Hughes

The pictures are self-explanatory: the first is in Pittenweem, in Fife, Scotland, the second on the campus of the University of Adelaide, South Australia.

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One Response to Famous on both sides of the world

  1. Margaret Emery tells me that John McDouall Stuart, a famous South Australian explorer, was born in Dysart, also on the south coast of Fife.

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