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The Invergordon Archive

Park School History Publications

During the 1990s, various P7 classes from Park School produced a series of local history books, under the guidance of Mrs Catherine Mackay, Mrs Fiona Oag and Mrs Anne McCulloch. The project had its roots in a series of public displays mounted by the Invergordon Community Council.
It was made possible thanks to help from many local people and businesses. Four of the five books were later combined into 3 volumes and professionally printed as a Millennium Project in association with Invergordon Community Association, and with monetary assistance from the Common Good Fund and Ross & Cromarty Enterprise.
The titles are: Victorian & Edwardian Invergordon; Invergordon in the Great War; Invergordon - a Town at War. More detailed descriptions for the pictures are to be found in the relevant publications.
Invergordon High Street The East end of the High Street with the Royal Hotel on the right. Any idea of the date that this p...
Park School Primary 6 & 7 presenting their show - 'A Town at War'
High Street, Invergordon The High Street, looking West. It looks as though the driver of the car on the right has something a...
High Street, Invergordon The Centre of High Street viewing The King Edward Fountain and the Church (prior 1929).
Demolished Fountain at the Cross Roads Taken before the 2nd World War: L. to R. Harry Urquhart, Benny Bissett, Joe Christian.
High Street, Invergordon A view of the top of the High Street with Taylor's Garage in the background. To the left of the gara...
British Legion Pipe Band The British Legion Pipe Band march down the High Street. In the background is Taylors Garage. See pi...
Taylors Garage In the doorway: Mr. Bill Taylor, Miss Ina MacLeod and Mr. Adam Taylor. See picture #14 and picture ...
Invergordon Butcher's shop Butcher's shop on corner of King Street and Clyde Street. This is now the Chinese Takeaway. In the d...
'The Pierrots' Miss Jean Macdonald who started the concert party group 'The Pierrots' after the 1st World War.
'The Pierrots' Between the Wars, Invergordon had its own concert party 'The Pierrots'. L to R back row: H.L. Macdon...
Scout Camp, Scotsburn Mrs. Mackay's father, Kenny Moir, is 2nd to the left of the flag.

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