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The Invergordon Archive

Fyrish Hill and Ben Wyvis from Invergordon
The Invergordon Archive
Fyrish Hill and Ben Wyvis from Invergordon

A postcard giving a view westwards along the Firth. It is likely that the house at the water's edge on the right is at Belleport and the buildings in the centre are Dalmore Distillery. With the lack of development in the background it is possible that the view dates back to the 1920s.
Picture added on 18 September 2004
Belleport was owned, and probably built for, my great-great-grandparents, James Hall and Isabella Laurence. They brought their family to Belleport from Limekilns in Fife between 1836 and 1841. Hall was a shipowner and built a pier opposite the house on the firth. The family tree can be found at www.rootsweb.com.
Added by Alan Cairnie on 16 March 2005
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