In this collection of around 150 photographs, historian Keith Haines takes the reader on a nostalgic tour of coastal towns like Bangor and Donaghadee, down the Ards peninsula to Greyabbey and across to Comber and Scrabo.

Complemented by an introduction and captions, and covering 100 years up the 1960s, the collection of photographs seeks to evoke the individuals, families, businesses and events that have left their mark on the northern part of County Down.