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remarkable memory. One of his early jobs was to report the closure of the Atlantic Railway, the tiny six mile 2ft 3in line which ran from Campbeltown on the Firth of Clyde to Machrihanish on the Atlantic, and on which as a boy he'd travel to golf on the links at Machrihanish five miles west. He recalled the two steam locomotives and the quaint carriages with open balcony ends, redolent of trains he could just barely recall seeing in Canada, and Edward McCabe, superintendent of the line, had been a regular press contact.
er, and that Lord Cameron then addressed Manuel: "I have no alternative but to pronounce sentence of death upon you. I now instruct that you be taken from here to an appointed place where on an appointed date you will be hanged by the neck until you are dead. May the Lord have mercy upon your soul. "Years later, McSporran would relate: "I never saw one judge who at this point was not moved. But I never saw any reaction from a prisoner. " He added ruefully: "The excitement went out of murder trials after [ the death penalty was removed]. Until then, a man had been on trial for his life. " Acquaintanceship with Lord Cameron went back a long way. He and McSporran were on different sides at a fatal accident inquiry into a KLM airliner crash on Tarbolton, but were staying in the same hotel.
He remained with the Courier in Campbeltown until 1937, then worked in Kirriemuir and Fort William. He volunteered in the Second World War Air Force 2017
for the army and the RAF, but was turned down each time because of a perforated ulcer. "We've enough casualties without having you on our hands," said a recruiting corporal. The war took him back to Campbeltown as editor of the Courier, then in 1944 to the Glasgow Herald for five years, and a decade in south west Scotland on the Dumfries Galloway Standard. In 1960, he moved to the Evening Express in Aberdeen, becoming full time local government correspondent. He covered the trial and execution of John Henry Burnett, the last man to be hanged in Scotland, filing a background piece on the reaction of the crowds that gathered outside Craiginches Prison in Aberdeen on the morning of the execution on 15 August, 1963. He reported on the administrations of eight lord provosts, as well as covering stories such as the mystery of the loss of the Ab.
Each evening, McSporran would join the then Jock Cameron, QC, and his junior, Norman Macleod, in the downstairs bar, whereupon the trio would debate far into the night. Years later while a High Court diet was in progress in Aberdeen, the two chanced upon each other in Union Street, and Lord Cameron doffed his hat to Flyknit Air Force 1 Black
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