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Digital Subscriptions > The Oban Times & Lochaber Times > 9th March 2017 > Dunbeg youngsters travel back in time

Dunbeg youngsters travel back in time

PASSENGERS waiting patiently at Oban train station pulled out their smartphones in delighted surprise on Tuesday, when a long line of Dunbeg Primary School pupils arrived in costume, pretending to be Second World War evacuees.

As part of a study project, the children put themselves in the shoes of their grandparents or great-grandparents, and imagined leaving Glasgow for the village of Taynuilt, where they were collected by three grannies from host families: Granny Mary, Nanny D and Granny Wilma.

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