As reported in this column recently the fondly remembered Marlow photographer and journalist Malcolm McIntyre-Ure has died in Wales where he relocated some years ago.

I have often used his pictures in this column: here are a few slightly different ones today.

Malcolm, who always carried a camera, had an eye for the unusual, but also for girls, who he would often stop and ask if they would pose for a snapshot.

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Whether by accident or design the young lady at the top has reflections of Marlow Regatta enclosure and Malcolm himself reflected in her sunglasses.

Elsewhere on this page the chap who, for charity, “walked” down the length of the Thames on floating footwear; another guy who came through Marlow on a very rustic raft; a Carnival Queen, (like so many of Malcolm’s photos – unfortunately, no names and no dates); a couple of nasty looking road accidents, and finally Malcolm himself, a picture from the same era.

He was especially noted for his local aerial views, operating from Booker Air Park. A few of those on this page next week.

Malcolm’s funeral took place in Aberystwyth.

As promised last week, some of the late Malcolm’s spectacular aerial views:

1) Malcolm preparing for take-off at Booker Air Park.

2) Looking down on West Street, High Street and Spittal Street. Top left in this picture, the newly built Rookery Court can be seen.

The open space, now Liston Road Car Park, was Morris’ Field. The old cinema building was still standing at the end of Spittal Street, opposite the line of shops that included Tesco.

Lower left where Sainsbury’s and the Riley Road Car Park are now was Battings Hardware with various outbuildings and a rather basic garden centre behind. This original large framed picture used to hang in Lawrence, Son & Laird, Estate Agents.

3) Looking down on the lock and the newly built luxury apartment blocks that had replaced the former Marlow Mill.

4) Nice views of the church, bridge and Higginson Park, and the Compleat Angler Hotel. The Regal Cinema is top right next to Marlow Place. Lower left, the extensive works of Meakes’ Boathouses.

5) It’s a Regatta Day picture with Traylen’s Funfair filling the park. Foreground: the bowling green and tennis courts.

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