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The Invergordon Archive

Old Wartime Gun Emplacements at Nigg
The Invergordon Archive
Old Wartime Gun Emplacements at Nigg

The third of three photos of the gun emplacements at Nigg (see also picture #986 and picture #987)
Picture added on 17 March 2007
Comments:
Wonderful picture, brings back a ton of memories for me. I remember exploring these gun emplacements....The beach looks great from this view-point. Thanks again Alan, I appreciate your efforts....
Added by Harry O'Neill on 18 March 2007
Hi Harry, I remember riding our bikes out to Nigg, early 50s I would say.
Added by Bob Birch on 27 December 2008
Hi Bob, yes I remember that bike ride. Those were the days. I think the bus passed us on the way, as there was a bus trip that day. Used to be a nice beach at Nigg. Happy birthday on the 31st, Bob.
Added by Harry O'neill on 28 December 2008
My friend Margaret Ross and I also cycled to Nigg on a bank holiday in 1970, it must be a rite of passage! When you think how many families enjoyed the sand dunes at Nigg and bought an ice cream in the shop at Dunskeath. The hotel was popular for weddings too. If they aren't going to have rigs there it’s a shame that tourism cannot take over and redevelop the land.
Added by Liz Adam nee Askew on 30 December 2008
Nigg beach was such a great place to go to. Liz and Harry, it should be developed as a tourist area.
Added by Rosalie Samaroo (Graham) on 01 January 2009
I haven’t seen this before and it brings back many happy memories. It was quite a bike ride to get there but always worth it. Despite having been around the world I still think Nigg is the best beach I have ever seen. The sand was wonderful and the pebbles were all flat and round, nothing nasty to stand on when you stepped into the water.
I hope the hotel is still there. They weren’t too fussy about serving booze to youngsters and it was here I bought my first beer - it was Sweetheart Stout, I was 14 years old and Marty Wilde was top of the charts (Endless Sleep) Happy days!
Added by Bill Geddes on 06 January 2009
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