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The Invergordon Archive

J & J Cunningham Ltd.
The Invergordon Archive
J & J Cunningham Ltd.

This is the second of 2 photos which came into my possession recently (see also picture #1457). My maternal grandfather James Mackintosh, who lived at Nigg, is in this photo. I believe it was taken about the time of WW1.
I would be interested to learn the location of the building which appears to be the same one in both photos - a suggestion that it was at the Bone Mill at Invergordon has been made and it would be good to verify this.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Picture added on 11 June 2011 at 10:09
Looks to me as if this could be where the Ironmonger shop was on the east side of the High Street (the B&Q of its day). I think it was owned by Tommy Ross?
Added by Bill (Tufty) Geddes on 23 June 2011
Would that be Gilbert Ross's shop - I used to love that place!
Added by Jillian B on 24 June 2011
Yes it was Gilbert Ross the Ironmonger, remember the scent of paraffin?
I think the establishment shown above was located in the central courtyard of the bonemill(?) which of course is no longer there. Mill Street is there now.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 30 June 2011
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