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The Invergordon Archive

Robert Clyne

A lighthousekeeper in Cromarty around the time of the First World War, Robert Clyne left an album of photographs from around Scotland. They are shown here courtesy of his great-granddaughter, Jane Bain. Many more can be seen on her genealogy website.
The upturned hull of HMS Natal - c1916 The Natal was sunk in the firth in 1915, by an explosion in the magazine. This shows the hull before...

Latest Pics

QE2 in the Cromarty FirthQE2 at InvergordonMe and Joan 1950Hogmanay 1957Hogmanay 1956Our family in 1943My father in 1928Biking in 1944/5Audrey's birthday partyA day out with Uncle Ian and me