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The Invergordon Archive

The view West down the Firth
The Invergordon Archive
The view West down the Firth

These photos were taken by me from the very top of Invergordon Church of Scotland steeple in March 1993 when steeplejacks were working on the church.
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Picture added on 09 December 2008
Brilliant group of photos Eddie, so clear.
Added by Liz Adam nee Askew on 09 December 2008
Yes, good views Eddie. My goodness how it has changed. It looks real desolate around where the goods sheds used to be.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 09 December 2008
What an amazing set of pictures - didn't do my fear of heights any good though!!! It's weird to see all the open land bewteen Gordon Terrace and Cromlet which is now full of new houses!
Added by Jillian B on 15 December 2008
Wonderfull pictures but almost surreal for me. It's as if someone with a giant eraser has rubbed out large tracts of what used to be there. On the other hand there are some surprising survivors. It's my town but not my town...very strange.
For those of us who cannot go home these great pictures are the nearest thing to a visit. Many thanks!
Added by Bill Geddes on 23 December 2008
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