<link>http://www.ambaile.org.uk/</link> <logo url="http://www.ambaile.org.uk/images/logo.gif"/> <atom:link rel="next" href="http://www.ambaile.org.uk/?language=en&service=search&action=do_quick_search&q=&rss_mode=1&page=2"/> <item> <title>Kenina MacKenzie Kenina MacKenzie (Mrs Table) with Tòrr Liath in the background. This photograph was probably taken near Kerrysdale or Charleston in the early 1960s. If you can tell us anything more about the photograph please get in touch. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%236322&mime_type=&launchZoom=6322 Thatched cottage at 11 Melvaig, c1960 This thatched house belonged to Kenneth MacKenzie and Coinneach Uillean Ruairidh. Having fallen into a derelict state, it was repaired and re-thatched in 1990. As of 2015 it is yet again in a derelict condition. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235146&mime_type=&launchZoom=5146 Thatched cottage at 11 Melvaig, c1960 This thatched house belonged to Kenneth MacKenzie and Coinneach Uillean Ruairidh. Having fallen into a derelict state, it was repaired and re-thatched in 1990. As of 2015 it is yet again in a derelict condition. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235152&mime_type=&launchZoom=5152 Thatched cottage at 11 Melvaig, c1960 This thatched house belonged to Kenneth MacKenzie and Coinneach Uillean Ruairidh. Having fallen into a derelict state, it was repaired and re-thatched in 1990. As of 2015 it is yet again in a derelict condition. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235154&mime_type=&launchZoom=5154 Funeral above Kinlochewe A group of men attending a funeral of Gamekeeper Ferguson [first name not known] which took place on the hillside above Kinlochewe. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235156&mime_type=&launchZoom=5156 Croft 36, Lonemore The outside of Barabel's house. Kate Miceán ("Ceat Choinnich Bhuidhe" as she was formerly known) is standing in the door. Two unidentified visitors are sitting outside the house, which was then a museum. The house was pulled down 1953. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235159&mime_type=&launchZoom=5159 Studio portrait of Mrs Stewart Studio portrait of Mrs Stewart wearing a straw hat. If you know anything more about this picture please get in touch. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235168&mime_type=&launchZoom=5168 Thatched house at Lonemore, 1930s The Thatched croft house in Lonemore. There is a unidentified woman standing in front. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235178&mime_type=&launchZoom=5178 Family portrait of Simon Fraser and his Family A family portrait of Simon Fraser with his son Donald, daughter Margaret, his wife (name unknown), and Donald's three children (names unknown). This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235180&mime_type=&launchZoom=5180 Flowerdale, Gairloch The Flowerdale shore on the north side of Ceann an t-Sùil bay in Gairloch. Some old boats have been drawn up onto the shore. Flowerdale Bridge, Innis a' Ghobhainn House and the Old Inn are visible in the background This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235186&mime_type=&launchZoom=5186 Auchtercairn School group, 1930s Auchtercairn School group in the 1930s. If you can help us identify anyone in this photograph, please get in touch. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%236282&mime_type=&launchZoom=6282 Gairloch from above the hotel A view of Gairloch from above the hotel. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%236290&mime_type=&launchZoom=6290 Balnaluib School group photo, names unknown A Balnaluib School photograph. The only person identified so far is John Macleay who is at the extreme left of the back row. If you can identify anyone else in this photograph, please get in touch. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%236299&mime_type=&launchZoom=6299 Murdo Bain Murdo Bain holding a Scythe. If you can tell us anything more about this photograph, please get in touch. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%236305&mime_type=&launchZoom=6305 Studio portrait of five gentlemen Studio portrait of five gentlemen. Standing, left to right: William Macrae, Roddie Macrae and [unknown]. Seated: John Bain (Sand) and [unknown, Torridon]. If you can tell us anything more about the people in this photograph, please get in touch. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%236309&mime_type=&launchZoom=6309 Mrs Macrae with her daughters outside the Post Office at Melvaig A photograph of Mrs Macrae seated with her two daughters, Alice and Maggie, standing behind her. Maggie ran the Post Office and shop in Melvaig before emigrating to Australia. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%236311&mime_type=&launchZoom=6311 James Fraser James Fraser was known locally as "The Scout" due to his involvement with the Lovat Scouts. He was born at Lonemore. If you can tell us anything more about James Fraser, please get in touch. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%236315&mime_type=&launchZoom=6315 Murdo Macrae, John MacCuish, John Macrae or Maclean and ? Photograph of four men. From left to right: Murdo Macrae (Melvaig Post Office); John McCuish (teacher at Melvaig School) and John Macrae or Maclean (Royal Navy?) The man on the extreme right has yet to be identified. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%236317&mime_type=&launchZoom=6317 The Gloomy Woodland The poet John Maclean (1787-1848) was born on Tiree and emigrated to Nova Scotia in 1819. His poem, 'The Poet in Canada', also known as 'The Gloomy Woodland', reveals that life for the emigrant Highlanders was hard - much harder than the emigration agents had led them to believe. The selected verses are read by Iain Maclean. 'The Gloomy Woodland' (selected verses) 'I'm all alone in this gloomy woodland, my mind is troubled, I sing no song: against all nature I took this place here and native wit from my mind has gone. I have no spirit to polish poems, my will to start them is dulled by care; I lose the Gaelic that was my custom in yon far country over there. This is a country that's hard and cruel, they do not know it who journey still; evil the yarns of the smooth-tongued coaxers who brought us hither against our will; yet if they profit it won't advance them, may they not prosper despite their loot, the cursed wretches who drive out people since first this Clearance was set afoot. When comes the winter, a bitter season the forest branches are clothed in snow, and no plain cloth is defence against it, thigh deep and thick on the ground below; but clouted moccasins and double stockings and leather thongs are our forest boots; rawhide and fur are our latest fashions ripped from the backs of the forest brutes. Great were the tales that they told in Scotland their falsehood proved by our sorry lot; I've never handled a silver dollar although I'm told that they can be got. A deal is made, but there's no coin passes, though you have bargained that cash be paid, they'll take your gear but they'll pay no money, for flour and butter is all their trade.' (translated by William Neill) This audio was produced for the schools' resource package, 'Highlanders on the Move', Am Baile's contribution to Homecoming Scotland 2009. http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%2340921&mime_type=&launchZoom=40921 Kingussie, 1896 Camanachd Cup winners Photograph of Kingussie Camanachd, winners of the inaugural Camanachd Cup in 1896. They beat Glasgow Cowal 2-0 in the final in Inverness. Back row, left to right: John Campbell, A Macpherson, John Campbell, A MacPherson Middle Row: Col. Sgt. MacDonald (trainer), J D Pullar, James Grant, James Smith, Alexander Cumming, John Campbell (Secretary). Front row: Alex Gibson, John Dallas, Provost MacPherson (President), D Campbell (Vice President), William Ross (Captain), Alex Campbell. Kingussie Camanachd was founded in 1893 and is arguably the most successful team in the history of the sport. They have won the Camanachd Cup on 22 occasions (including seven consecutive wins between 1997 and 2003) and were league champions on 20 consecutive occasions between 1976 and 2005. http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%2342304&mime_type=&launchZoom=42304 Beauly Shinty Club, Camanachd Cup Winners, 1897 This photograph shows the players and staff of Beauly Camanachd who were victorious in the 1897 Camanachd Cup Final. They beat Brae-Lochaber 5-0 in Inverness. It was the second occasion the tournament had been staged (Kingussie had beaten Glasgow Cowal 2-0 in the inaugural final in 1896.) It This was the first of Beauly's three triumphs (as of 2009) in the Camanachd Cup, the sports premier knockout competition. They retained the trophy in 1898 and won it for a third time in 1913. Beauly Shinty Club was formed in 1892. http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%2342045&mime_type=&launchZoom=42045 Croft buildings, Berneray A croft is not a house but a small holding or stretch of land. The land can be anything from one acre to over fifty. While the land was usually rented from a landowner the crofter owned the buildings. A croft house usually had a living area and a sleeping area. As large families lived in such houses a box bed with a curtain would provide a small degree of privacy. The living area was where the family would cook, eat, entertain guests and do some types of work. Windows were small to keep out the wind and rain. Originally there would have been no chimney. Smoke from the peat fire was allowed to find its own way through the thatched roof. It was not uncommon to find that croft buildings were integrated, which allowed a light to be carried between the house and byre during a storm without being blown out. Although the precise date is unknown, the photograph was registered with the publisher, Valentine, in 1889. The major archive of monochrome topographical views by James Valentine & Co. is held by the University of St Andrews Library. For further details of this collection please contact the Library, or refer to Special Collections at St Andrews http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%2338455&mime_type=&launchZoom=38455 Creag Mor Hotel The Creag Mor Hotel, situated on a prominent position on the North side of the A832, overlooking Flowerdale Bay. The photograph shows the recently built hotel and the garden being organised at the front by the driveway. A large extension to the hotel was added at a later date. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%237759&mime_type=&launchZoom=7759 Gairloch, Charlestown This postcard shows Charlestown, Gairloch. Gairloch is situated in Wester Ross. Gairloch comes from the Gaelic 'Gear Loch' meaning short loch. At Charleston a sheltered of inlet of Loch Gairloch provides a home for Gairloch's harbour. It is only in recent times that the separate settlements along the shore of the loch - Lonemore, Smithstown, Mial, Strath, Auchtercairn and Charlestown - have been known collectively as Gairloch. Until 1843, when the road was built, almost all access to this remote area was by sea. Only now, at the beginning of the twenty-first century, is the A832 being upgraded from a single track road with passing places to a two lane carriageway. Crofting and fishing, particularly cod fishing, used to be the mainstay of the scattered community. Oysters and other shellfish were also harvested for the London market. Crabs, lobsters and prawns are still sent from Gairloch to markets in the south and in Europe. Gairloch though is best known as a holiday resort. Queen Victoria visited Gairloch during her stay at the nearby Loch Maree Hotel in 1877 and since then tourists have been coming to enjoy the fine beaches and wonderful scenery. Steam ships visited regularly during the nineteenth century and the Gairloch Hotel catered for the visitors every need. The golf course was opened in 1898. Today there are hotels and inns, self catering cottages and caravan parks. The area particularly attracts hill walkers and wildlife watchers. Despite the summer invasion there is still a feeling of remoteness and of being on the edge of an unspoilt wilderness. http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%2332460&mime_type=&launchZoom=32460 Charlestown, Gairloch This postcard shows Charlestown, Gairloch. Gairloch is situated in Wester Ross. Gairloch comes from the Gaelic 'Gear Loch' meaning the short loch. At Charleston a sheltered of inlet of Loch Gairloch provides a home for Gairloch's harbour. It is only in recent times that the separate settlements along the shore of the loch - Lonemore, Smithstown, Mial, Strath, Auchtercairn and Charlestown - have been known collectively as Gairloch. Until 1843, when the road was built, almost all access to this remote area was by sea. Only now, at the beginning of the twenty-first century, is the A832 being upgraded from a single track road with passing places to a two lane carriageway. Crofting and fishing, particularly cod fishing, used to be the mainstay of the scattered community. Oysters and other shellfish were also harvested for the London market. Crabs, lobsters and prawns are still sent from Gairloch to markets in the south and in Europe. Gairloch though is best known as a holiday resort. Queen Victoria visited Gairloch during her stay at the nearby Loch Maree Hotel in 1877 and since then tourists have been coming to enjoy the fine beaches and wonderful scenery. Steam ships visited regularly during the nineteenth century and the Gairloch Hotel catered for the visitors every need. The golf course was opened in 1898. Today there are hotels and inns, self catering cottages and caravan parks. The area particularly attracts hill walkers and wildlife watchers. Despite the summer invasion there is still a feeling of remoteness and of being on the edge of an unspoilt wilderness. http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%2332461&mime_type=&launchZoom=32461 The islands in Loch Maree Loch Maree, showing the islands at north end of the loch, Eilean Ruairidh Mòr and Eilean Sùbhainn This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%234994&mime_type=&launchZoom=4994 Fishing on Loch Maree Two anglers and a ghillie sitting in a boat on Loch Maree. A young man is sitting at the bow. Across the loch in the background is Slioch. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235122&mime_type=&launchZoom=5122 Achtercairn School Group A group of 21 children and their teacher at Achtercairn School. Most of the boys in the front row are barefoot. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235120&mime_type=&launchZoom=5120 The bellcote being added at the Church of Scotland, Gairloch, 1894 The bellcote being erected on the Church of Scotland in Gairloch. A bellcote is a small framework and shelter for one or more bells This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235116&mime_type=&launchZoom=5116 Group of Golfers at Gairloch Group of 13 Golfers in Edwardian dress. No one in this photograph has yet been identified. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235113&mime_type=&launchZoom=5113 Flowerdale, Gairloch Flowerdale Bridge, Inchgowan House and the Old Inn buildings. Two old boats are drawn up on the shore in the foreground. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235109&mime_type=&launchZoom=5109 Flowerdale, Gairloch Dinghies on the Abhainn Ghlas, above the bridge by the Old Inn at Flowerdale. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235105&mime_type=&launchZoom=5105 Three people in a car outside Birchwood House, Charlestown Three people in a car outside Birchwood House near the Old Inn at Charlestown, a little south of Gairloch. The passengers are a lady and little girl, the driver may be a chauffeur. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235098&mime_type=&launchZoom=5098 Badachro from Horisdale A view across Badachro bay from the Isle of Horisdale towards Dry Island and Aird House. It was taken from above the houses of Eilean Thòrasdail. The fields behind Hillcrest, called Páirceachan na h-Uidhe, are clearly visible in the right background. Badachro is a remote fishing village located three kilometres south of Gairloch, on the banks of Loch Badachro. An excellent natural anchorage, it was a busy fishing village during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Cod was landed in the village and dried at the nearby curing stations at Eilean Horrisdale and Eilean Tioram. The cod fishing industry has long since declined, but lobsters, crabs and prawns are still landed at the village, bound for markets in the south and in Europe. The village's excellent harbour means that it is also a popular anchorage for yachts. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235096&mime_type=&launchZoom=5096 Kerrysdale Bridge, near Gairloch The Kerry Bridge with cultivated fields beyond and Kerrysdale House visible in the middle distance. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235090&mime_type=&launchZoom=5090 River Ewe and Bridge, Poolewe Looking south under the bridge at Poolewe towards Croft Hill and Creag Thollaidh. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235076&mime_type=&launchZoom=5076 MacCallum's shop at Badachro MacCallum's shop at Badachro, with Gair Loch beyond. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235073&mime_type=&launchZoom=5073 Strath, Gairloch The houses at Strath from across Strath Bay. It was taken from a point below Gairloch Hotel. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235070&mime_type=&launchZoom=5070 On Gairloch Bay looking to Baosbheinn Looking over what is now the golf course towards Baosbheinnwith the Church of Scotland with steeple in the middle ground. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235066&mime_type=&launchZoom=5066 Flowerdale, Gairloch The view over the trees to the head of the bay at Flowerdale with the bridge and Old Inn visible. It was taken from a little above the present large car park. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235058&mime_type=&launchZoom=5058 Gairloch Bay, looking towards Skye A drawing of Gairloch Bay, looking towards the Isle of Skye. There are several yachts and steamers in the bay. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235054&mime_type=&launchZoom=5054 Flowerdale House, Gairloch Looking up the drive towards Flowerdale House after the addition of the "Westerdale" wing. Àirigh Creag a' Chait can be seen in the background. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235046&mime_type=&launchZoom=5046 Flowerdale House, Gairloch Looking up the drive towards Flowerdale House before the addition of the "Westerdale" wing. Àirigh Creag a' Chait can be seen in the background. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235044&mime_type=&launchZoom=5044 Poolewe The view from Torr a' Mhuillir, on the south-west side of the River Ewe, looking downriver towards Poolewe village. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235041&mime_type=&launchZoom=5041 Poolewe The view downriver from above the road on the east side of the River Ewe below Creag an Fhithich. Poolewe village is in the distance. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235039&mime_type=&launchZoom=5039 Poolewe and Loch Ewe The panoramic view from Creag an Fhithich on the east side of the River Ewe looking down to the Free Church, the school and the bridge.More of Poolewe is visible beyond and there is a large vessel near the head of the loch. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235033&mime_type=&launchZoom=5033 Poolewe showing Loch Ewe and the River Ewe The view downriver to the bridge over the River Ewe. Some of the buildings of Poolewe village are visible. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235020&mime_type=&launchZoom=5020 Loch Maree and Slioch The view across Loch Maree with Slioch in the background. The road is visible in the foreground is untarred. This image may be available to purchase. For further information about purchasing and prices please email Gairloch Heritage Museum http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%235007&mime_type=&launchZoom=5007 Inverness Fire Brigade on Inglis Street Inverness Fire Brigade on Inglis Street. The upholsterers, Noble & Dreghorn, can be seen on the left of the photograph. Inverness Fire Brigade Establishment was first recorded in 1819. The North British Insurance Company, with their own funds, placed a fire engine in the town, the only engine in the North of Scotland. In 1850, the Fire Brigade was placed under the control of the General Commissioners of the Police and Burgh, but the fire fighters were still employed only part-time, being paid a retaining fee, and continuing in their normal jobs. In 1941, the National Fire Service was formed, improving the conditions of service and the efficiency of the Fire Brigade This image can be purchased. For further information about purchasing and prices please email the Highland Photographic Archive quoting the External ID. http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%2311125&mime_type=&launchZoom=11125 Inverness-shire County Council Children's Panel, 1976 This photograph shows members of Inverness-shire County Council Children's Panel in 1976. Some of those pictured have been identified: Seated – Mrs Christine Fraser of Reelig, Kirkhill (Children Panel Advisory Committee); Sheriff Scott Robinson (Guest Speaker); Mrs M Murchison (Chairman, Children’s Panel); Miss Morag Faulds (Director of Social Work). Behind Mrs Murchison is Dr Whittet (Officer in Charge, Craig Dunain Hospital) and in the centre of the back row is Mrs Christina Morrison of Uig, Isle of Skye. If you can identify anyone else, please get in touch. http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/do_quick_search.html?q=%2346278&mime_type=&launchZoom=46278