Among the finds was whiskey and money.
“Time capsule” with a bottle of whiskey, money and papers, 1969, was first discovered at the University of Stirling for 50 years.
Sports centre the University is now undergoing reconstruction, and “the time capsule”, which is laid in the wall on 18 June 1969 the construction of the centre, only now found.
In addition to whiskey, money, and old Newspapers, in a time capsule found old pictures, balls for playing cricket, tennis and squash courts, examination papers.
Professor Malcolm MacLeod, Vice-Director of the University of Stirling, opened a time capsule on Wednesday. “I have the honour to open the time capsule that was installed in the sports pavilion senior staff of the University almost 50 years ago. The content is in very good condition and represents an intriguing reflection of campus life in the first years of study at this University and in General in Scotland in the late 1960-ies,” – said the Professor.