World War Two lumberjills' stories recounted in book
Young women signed up to work in forestry during World War Two to do the work of men who had gone to the front.
More than 70 years after the Women's Timber Corps was formed, the stories of "the lumberjills" will feature in a book to ensure that their stories are not forgotten.
BBC Scotland's Elizabeth Quigley has been to meet one of the last surviving lumberjills to hear her story.
09 Feb 2015
- From the section Scotland