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The Invergordon Archive

Developments in Invergordon (4)
The Invergordon Archive
Developments in Invergordon (4)

A new completed development on the south side of Joss Street at the western end near Castle Road.

The 'Large Version' is a different view of the same property but from Castle Road, looking east.
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Picture added on 10 August 2017 at 17:54
Hi Malcolm, can't remember what used to be on that corner. Is it across the road from Auchterlonie's ? the then Doctor..
Added by Harry O'Neill on 14 August 2017
Harry, I've added a 'Large Version' which shows this development but from Castle Road which hopefully answers your question. The property isn't on the corner, but a short way along Joss Street, almost opposite the first cottage on the north side of Joss Street.
Added by Malcolm McKean on 15 August 2017
Thanks Malcolm, this larger version shows corner of Auchterlonies house. Think where the new building is used to be back gardens. Looks very nice though.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 15 August 2017
There were a couple of garages in that area in the fifties/sixties, one building with at least two garages with big sliding doors. I am not certain whether it was on this site or the one next door behind Mackenzie the butchers. I seem to remember Donald Mackenzie the butcher trying to do up an old open top sports car in one of the garages.
Added by Graham MacKenzie on 20 August 2017
Hi Graham, you are probably right, I just don't remember. I do remember that the back yards were large back there and had high stone walls. I remember the drop after climbing over to get at the apples..
You can see them in some of the aerial pictures on this site. Check picture #651.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 21 August 2017
This development was built by David Moir's daughter and her husband.
Added by Isobel Ross nee Moir on 20 September 2017
Sadly an intensely boring building. It echoes the much older warehouse building behind. (perhaps that was the intention?)
Added by Bill Geddes on 30 September 2017
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