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The Invergordon Archive

On the High Street
The Invergordon Archive
On the High Street

Gordie Peterson on the High Street, taken outside MacKenzie's butcher shop, 1964. Roddy Wood and Roddy MacKenzie are in the background. Does anyone know who owned the Ford Consul car HJS 36 ?
Picture added on 23 June 2006
Gordon, it's good to put a face to the name. Now I remember you !!!
Added by Rosalie Graham now Samaroo on 26 June 2006
I was only 8rys. At the time this picture was taken but I do remember your face. Your recollections are amazing! Somebody was asking what the Albyn Housing building was before. So funny, I can only remember it as a garage!
Anonymous comment added on 06 January 2019
That car might be Roddy Bells fathers he use to drive a ford like that
Added by John Urquhart on 08 January 2019
Hi John. He certainly did have a Consul, but much earlier,in the 50s. By 1964 he'd had a Zephyr and a couple of Zodiacs, needed for ferrying the band about. His first car was an Austin 7, and before that I remember being taken to watch a football match at Black Park on an AJS motorbike.
Added by Rod Bell on 09 January 2019
Rod, I remember a Ginger (red hair) Bell, any relation ?
Added by Harry O'Neill on 09 January 2019
We were pretty widespread, Harry, but no, not to my knowledge.
Added by Rod Bell on 09 January 2019
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