Author of 'Floods upon the Dry Ground'.
An account of the 1921-3 revival among the fisherfolk.
The book is available online. http://www.bibleteachingprogram.com/floods/floodsindex.htm
1. Baiting times at Buchanhaven, Peterhead.
2. Sailboats in Fraserburgh harbour.
3. Landing the catch from a sailboat.
4. Hauling nets aboard a steam drifter.
5. Early steam drifters and sailboats in Lowestoft harbour.
6. Gutting scene during the herring season.
7. A Scottish fish-wife with her baskets.
8. A. Douglas Brown
9. Jock Troup at the time of the Revival (1921)
9a. Map of Ports mentioned in the account of the 1921-3 revival.
10. Steam drifters entering harbour at Gorleston.
11. Discharging herring from steam drifters at Yarmouth.
12. Pouring pickle into herring barrels at Lowestoft.
13. Filling barrels at Yarmouth during the herring season.
14. Barrels awaiting shipment at Yarmouth.
15. Steam drifters tied up at Yarmouth.
16. London Road Baptist Church, Lowestoft.
17. Waterloo Bridge and Lowestoft Harbour
18. Steam drifter entering Anstruther harbour.
19. Men saved in the revival at Whinnyfold.
20. View of Whinnyfold.
21. David Cordiner.
22. Sailboats and steam drifters in Peterhead Bay.
23. Steam drifters in Peterhead harbour.
24. Fisher group dividing coal at Buchanhaven, Peterhead.
25. Scene in gutting yard at Peterhead.
26. Baptism at Inverallochy in the 1950's.
27. Bulgar Hall
28. Saltoun Square, Fraserburgh
29. Scene at Fraserburgh harbour in the days of sail.
30. Gutters hard at work in a Fraserburgh yard.
31. Old view of Fraserburgh harbour.
32. Looking along the shore at Gamrie.
33. Old view over Cullen harbour.
34. Drifters coming in to Wick (1927)
35. Baptst Church, Wick (1983)
36. Zion Hall, Wick (1983).
37. Old view of Wick harbour.
38. Salvation Army Hall, Thurso.
39. Lieutenant Towns and family.
40. Salvation Army Hall, Portsoy.
41. Place of open air meetings, Portsoy.
42. Some of Portsoy Salvation Army Band during revival.
43. Jock Troup in later life.
44. William Leed. Salvation Army Captain at Cullen. He was one of the leaders of the revival at Portsoy in 1923.
45. Jackie Ritchie in the Scottish highlands.