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The Invergordon Archive

Church of Scotland
The Invergordon Archive
Church of Scotland

Church of Scotland, Invergordon, built in 1861. The date of this picture is unknown but it is quite early showing the view south looking down Castle Avenue.
Picture added on 17 April 2004
Comments:
This view is looking south-east down what is now Castle Avenue to the then Free Church. It is quite early as Academy Road has not been constructed yet. The road on the right is not Cromlet Drive but the entrance to the Free Church Manse which is behind the sandstone wall. This wall still exists as does the Manse.
The road bridge was rebuilt in 1968 which allowed for a widened Castle Road and the newly created Castle Avenue.
Added by Malcolm McKean on 14 June 2004
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