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The Invergordon Archive

3 Outram Street
The Invergordon Archive
3 Outram Street

The entrance to the Anderson Air-Raid shelter can be seen just over the red fence. Interestingly, the next door garden, to the west, also has their wartime shelter.
Picture added on 06 August 2009 at 19:35
Comments:
Interesting re the Anderson shelter, we had one in our yard also but it was removed completely.
Callum Ross lived on the right side of the building, he was a ham radio buff and had a shed where he kept his equipment, it might be the small one shown here.
I believe Amy Smith still lives on the other side, Lucille's mother.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 06 August 2009
Re the Anderson shelters, many of these were dug up and used as sheds. In fact I have seen quite a few down here in gardens still used as sheds. They really used proper materials back in these days.
Added by Doug Will on 18 August 2009
There are still a few left in Gordon Terrace.
Added by Anon on 09 January 2010
Any Anderson shelter that may be in Gordon Terrace was taken there as a shed and not for its original purpose as Gordon Terrace came after the war finished.
Added by Duncan Murray on 09 January 2010
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