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The Invergordon Archive

Alexander Moir
The Invergordon Archive
Alexander Moir

Alexander Moir and his father with the coal lorry they operated.
Picture added on 18 April 2004
I remember Alec Moir taking the Cromarty mail down to the harbour when I worked for Albert Watson on the ferry. Alec used to shake the mailbags and make squeaking noises when there were female passengers about and make comments about how cruel people were for sending live animals by post. Used to get the ladies uptight every time; this was in 1947.
Added by IAN JACK on 15 November 2007
Just after the war I visited Invergordon with my father and Donald Moir who was in the army. We stayed with Donald - and was it Bella? Donald's brother Davie lived next door I believe. I remember travelling with Alex on some of his trips as the local carrier. Wonderful people.
Added by Brian Menzies on 14 January 2009
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