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Quarrying at Inchindown
The Invergordon Archive
Quarrying at Inchindown

Another member of the team that carried out the excavations at Inchindown. See picture #592 as this is related.
Picture added on 13 February 2005
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Inchindown Underground Fuel Storage Facility
Comments:
Just came across this interesting web site and it takes me back to my days of youth. I'm pretty sure this photograph is of my grandfather, John Hay Angus, who has 2 sons still in Invergordon, Roland and Finlay Angus. My father also worked at Inchindown; his name is George McConnell.
Added by Alastair Muir McConnell on 20 March 2008
Having shown this photo to my Mother Pat Donald (Nee Angus) I can confirm that this is John Hay Angus who was also my Grandfather.
Added by Cochrane Donald on 22 May 2011
Great to hear that Cochrane, when I first seen the photograph the resemblance to my older brother Ian was uncanny. Thanks to Aunt Pat for confirming.
Added by Alastair McConnell on 23 May 2011
To men, like this man, Inchindown was just a job. It was a lot more than that. Had Germany successfully blockaded the major ports of Britain the Royal Navy Fleet could not be supplied with oil. This is why facilities like Inchindown were constructed, they would become the only means of supply. So these men had a very important job indeed.
Added by Harry O'Neill on 21 August 2011
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