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The Invergordon Archive

Invergordon Harbour
The Invergordon Archive
Invergordon Harbour

A remarkable panorama of the harbour.
It is a composite of three pictures and the amount of detail it shows is amazing. It was taken in 1919.
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Picture added on 12 May 2004
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Invergordon Ferries
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To the left of the ship's funnel you can see the slipway with the Invergordon-Balblair ferry at the end of the slipway. The Seabank tank farm is well developed but there is no evidence yet of the Cromlet tank farm.
Added by Malcolm McKean on 16 June 2004
The ship in the left foreground is HMS Mars, the third mast from the left being that of another ship. This picture should be viewed in conjunction with picture #369 when the purpose of the Mars can be appreciated.
Added by Malcolm McKean on 21 September 2004
What was in the Cromlet tank field before the tanks, was it just farm land?
Added by Gillian Laing on 23 June 2005
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