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The Invergordon Archive

Invergordon High Street
The Invergordon Archive
Invergordon High Street

J. E. Macdonald’s shop in the High Street.
Picture added on 13 May 2004
Comments:
The spot where the young people used to hang out (mostly to get out of the rain) and watch the buses come and go, usually on a Sunday...there was nothing else to do back then....other spots were the window-sills of Macgregor's shop and the Co-op across the street....These ladies are most likely looking for the bus---"here it comes"
Added by Harry O'Neill on 29 April 2005
Date 1950s.
Added by Ronald Stewart on 19 September 2005
The right hand window was where men's clothing was displayed. Many times I looked forlornly for anything remotely fashionable in the days of Teddy Boy wear.
Added by Bill Geddes on 27 December 2005
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