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INTRODUCTION Molly Weir’s ‘Shoes Were For Sundays’ gives a vivid picture of their early life and is worth reading.
This is a selection from the many books and some unpublished material written in the course of a long and active life (1914 – 2006). It is not a biography; Tom’s own Weir’s World, An Autobiography of Sorts, written in his eighties, is his personal story, the telling of which is a tour de force: very readable, often exciting, sometimes moving and of growing historical interest. Molly Weir’s ‘Shoes Were For Sundays’ gives a vivid picture of their early life and is worth reading. Theirs must have been a lively home with three youngsters bursting out of their chrysalises to spread wings for such disparate flights.
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Thomas "Tom" Weir MBE (29 December 1914 – 6 July 2006) was a Scottish climber, author and broadcaster. He was best known for his long-running television series Weir's Way. Weir was born in Springburn, Glasgow, and the younger brother of the actress Molly Weir. After service in the Royal Artillery during World War II, he worked as a surveyor for the Ordnance Survey, before commencing a full-time career as a climber, writer and photographer.
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Many will remember him from his TV programme "Weir's Way", screened between 1976 and 1987, while others will . Over the course of a long and active lifetime, Tom Weir wrote many books, and a huge number of articles
Many will remember him from his TV programme "Weir's Way", screened between 1976 and 1987, while others will known him from four decades of contributions to "The Scotsman" magazine. Over the course of a long and active lifetime, Tom Weir wrote many books, and a huge number of articles. The job of reducing what we suspect must have amounted to many thousands of pages to the collection of insights and glimpses presented in this volume has fallen to Hamish Brown.