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The Invergordon Archive

Invergordon High Street
The Invergordon Archive
Invergordon High Street

Later development of Macleod’s shop.
Picture added on 17 April 2004
From my father...not sure if this is the same family...but during our time in Invergordon the MacLeod's owned and operated a shoe shop.
Added by Michael Coghill on 24 June 2004
This was my father, Nonie's shop. We sold toys, fancy goods, wallpaper, paints, everything but the kitchen sink, but not shoes. Billy Clark's shoeshop was across the lane, Davie Mackenzie's, Grocer next to that, and over the next lane was Urquhart's shoe shop.
Added by Noreen Kelman on 31 May 2005
Many hours were spent with my nose pressed against this window. Nonie's was the only proper toy shop in the town in the '50s. I particularly remember being taken there on my 13th birthday by my parents to buy me a present. They had forgotten the date and told me to choose whatever I wanted. I chose a football game called
"Wembley" and I still have it! The MacLeods lived in the house to the left of the shop.
Added by Bill Geddes on 27 December 2005
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