We use cookies to track visitor statistics and personalise adverts. This info is shared with Google. Only use the site if you agree to this. OK, I agree

The Invergordon Archive

Old Invergordon - Ross Lane
The Invergordon Archive
Old Invergordon - Ross Lane

Ross Lane in approximately 1930. Pretoria House and the shop can be seen in the background of the photo. The stone wall with window recess still exists, but the recess is blocked up.
Picture added on 12 February 2005
Comments:
Just up this very narrow street was a garage Angelo's..not too many people knew that there was another garage in town besides Taylors and Munro's.....
Added by Harry on 04 May 2005
I think that's my father Alister Ross, playhouse manager for 30 odd years.
Added by Alan Ross on 20 June 2012
Without a doubt Alan, he did well to put in 30 years.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 20 June 2012
Lovely old pic. Re garage, was this used by John Ross for a time 60s/70s?

PS Alan - strange, I was just thinking in the last few days of you and your dad, who I liked very much. (I was looking at some swimming pool pics here and seem to recall your enthusiastic shouts of "A topper" and possibly "Motherwell 1"?) Cheers!
Added by Dave Fleming on 22 June 2012
Hi Harry, I remember Angelo's garage very well. Also Alister Ross. He gave me my job in the Playhouse as ice-cream girl in the '50s. He was a really nice man and was thrilled to bits when I won the North of Scotland award for selling the most "Eldorado" ice cream. Happy Days!!!!
Added by Rosalie Graham (Samaroo) on 23 June 2012
Hi Rosalie, good for you re the award. Fair to say that I would have purchased a few?
Added by Harry O'Neill on 23 June 2012
Re Garages there was also Andrews garage further up that lane between Outram Street and Clyde Street. This was split into two parts, the large garage and smaller one alongside. If I remember right the RAF took over this garage during the war. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Added by Doug Will on 23 June 2012
Thanks all for the lovely comments about my Dad, it will mean a lot to Reay, Margaret, and myself, how all stay local, he was a lucky man as he had a wonderfull wife called Emma hope you all remember her to.
Added by Alan Ross on 25 June 2012
A new challenge for every one, how's the young girl in the pram?
Added by Alan Ross on 25 June 2012
Hi Doug, Yes, I remember Andrew's garage and the RAF taking it over. I loved going there and getting a real row from my Granny for getting so dirty picking up coils of metal from the garage floor.
Added by Rosalie Graham (Samaroo) on 26 June 2012
Hi Alan, Yes, I remember your mother. A very nice lady. Quietly spoken. I also remember your great aunts. Happy memories of those days.
Added by Rosalie Graham (Samaroo) on 26 June 2012
If that is your dad Alan, his youngest grandson is very like him there.

Added by Liz Taylor nee Askew on 04 July 2012
Hi folks, not a member on this site but came across it while searching for history of the Angelo family. My wife is one of Joe Angelo's grand-daughters. She was wondering if anyone knew where Joe and his wife Beatrice (my wife is named after her granny) are buried? There is still one of the Angelo daughters alive, Babs lives in New Jersey with her husband Tony.
Added by Dave Blair on 21 August 2012
Please add your comments about this picture using the form below.

Comments


Your Name


Your email address - this will be shown on the page and will allow the system to notify you of further comments added to this picture.




Buildings

Portlich StorehouseChurch Recreation HutMilton, KildaryThe Baking Furnace in the SmelterSaltburn West End looking eastSaltburn West EndHigh Street Aerial ViewThe Fountain with Church in the backgroundNess Cottage, September 1986 before demolitionNess Cottage, September 1986 before demolition