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

Invergordon High Street
The Invergordon Archive
Invergordon High Street

North side of the High Street before 1914. The shop on the left is the premises of Jack the Jeweller, and the sign above the door on the far left says ‘Telegraph Office’.
Picture added on 17 April 2004
Comments:
The figure on top of the Town Hall is the one that Duncan Murray refers to in picture #452.
I could be wrong but think there was also some figure or design on the balcony of the Town Hall (picture house).
Added by Harry on 09 February 2007
Harry, the figure on the top of the Town Hall and the ones on the balcony inside are, I'm sure, rescued from Invergordon Castle after it burned down. I think the wood around the balcony was also from the Castle. I saw it often enough when I was selling ice creams in the picture house, and I know you remember that!!!
Added by Rosalie Graham now Samaroo on 10 February 2007
Hi Rosalie, yes and wasn't the floor also from the Castle?
Oh yes remember you selling the ice cream, being teased a lot when the house lights went down, all good fun....
Added by Harry O'Neill on 10 February 2007
Hallo Gerlinde, you may still know me, i am Walter Wagener from Germany, Bockhorn (Johanne Wagener my mother) you have known to Helene Seehausen. Please send some info to my email: wwagener@web.de
Added by Walter Wagener on 23 February 2017
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