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The Invergordon Archive

The holiday is over
The Invergordon Archive
The holiday is over

This was never a happy day for those that had to leave Invergordon and go back home. There usually were tears from the girls. After the picture was taken it was off to the railway station. My grandfather was always punctual and we would always arrive in lots of time for the train.
In the back, Fachy Dunn, Billy Mart, Annie Dunn, Coleen Birch, Carol Daniels, Nan Birch (Dunn).
In the front Keith Birch, Margaret O'Neill, Marion Birch, Bob Birch and myself (sorry about cheekiness, I would have got a hammering later).....and watching as usual Rega, the dog....

This was taken in the front garden of what was then 3 Outram Street
(I don't know where my granny put them all)..

(The date of the picture is not known - Site Admin.)
Picture added on 07 March 2008
Great photo, Harry. I remember when all your cousins used to come on holiday.
Added by Catherine MacKenzie (nee Clark) on 07 March 2008
Harry, what a good photo of you all. I look at this and wonder, where on earth has all the time gone. Your Grandparents were so proud of you all.
Added by Rosalie (Graham) Samaroo on 09 March 2008
Great photo Harry, remember spud picking at Rosskeen. That dog Rega was in more photos than Lassie!
Added by Gordon Will on 26 February 2010
Yes Gordon, the dog was always in the pictures. I remember well the spud picking at Rosskeen, in fact we went on strike as the stages were too long, we won and they shortened them.
Glad you are finding this site enjoyable.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 27 February 2010
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