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The Invergordon Archive

Church Recreation Hut
The Invergordon Archive
Church Recreation Hut

A large number of wooden hutments were situated behind Joss Street and on the site of the oil tank expansion to the east and the Distillery. These disappeared shortly after WWI, and another one that has gone is the church recreation hut. It is not clear where this was located - so perhaps someone knows?

(The date is a guess - Site Admin.)
Picture added on 06 January 2016 at 11:49
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World War 1 Buildings
Can only think of the old scout hut that was located just east of the church and behind Joss Street.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 06 January 2016
Yes Harry ... the Scout Hut was situated in what is now the Church car park between the old pump house and the Doctor's House, that is the only one I can think of.
Added by Graham MacKenzie on 07 January 2016
The scout hut certainly had a cast iron fire just like this one (probably most huts had them).
Added by Bill Geddes on 16 January 2016
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