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The Invergordon Archive

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Aerial view of Invergordon and Firth looking west The third aerial picture taken by The Highland Council. This view is looking west with the Black Isl...
An early aerial view of Invergordon An aerial view of the harbour and the town, probably taken between the Wars. Does anyone know the na...
Ardross Fire Brigade The Ardross Fire Brigade after the fire at the Bone Mill, which took place between 1900 and 1904.
Church and Fountain, Invergordon The view looking north at the cross-roads. One of the billboards ar MacPhersons says 'ILKLEY MURDER'...
Invergordon Harbour The Harbour at around 1900.
Invergordon Harbour The Harbour showing the railway line running along the pier.
Invergordon High Street The west end of the High Street, Invergordon, around 1904.
Invergordon High Street North side of the High Street before 1914. The shop on the left is the premises of Jack the Jeweller...
Invergordon High Street Event The Proclamation of King George V in 1910. Note that the High Street is not tarred. See also pictur...
Invergordon Hospital The old Invergordon Hospital in its original form and how it must have looked in the 1920s and 30s. ...
Kincraig House This postcard of Kincraig House is postmarked 1907, and is printed by MacPherson's who printed a lot...
King Edward VII in Invergordon King Edward VII in Invergordon High Street, 1904. In the background is what is now the Sutor Inn.
Rosskeen old church The old established Church at Rosskeen.
Established Church, Rosskeen, Invergordon A tinted postcard of the church at Rosskeen. The date of the picture is unknown.
Rosskeen old church The War Graves at Rosskeen Churchyard as it is in the present day.
Old Invergordon This map, dating from the middle of the 18th century, shows the area around Invergordon Castle.
Naval Review Naval men in action at the 1906 Naval Brigade review. This took place at Balblair Park, now the exte...
Naval Review The Naval Brigade being reviewed in 1906.
Naval review at Invergordon Lord Charles Bereford reviewing the Naval Brigade at Invergordon
Rosskeen old church Funeral service at Rosskeen churchyard of the crewmen of a Short Sunderland flying boat, killed on t...
Fyrish Hill and Ben Wyvis from Invergordon A postcard giving a view westwards along the Firth. It is likely that the house at the water's edge ...
High Street, Invergordon The view looking east from the cross-roads. The date is unknown but was probably taken around 1910.
High Street, Looking East, Invergordon A lovely postcard view of the cross-roads looking east. The picture has the quality of a drawing and...
Invergordon A postcard dating back to 1915. The picture at the top left shows the eastern end of the High Street...
Invergordon Academy The old Invergordon Academy and Cromlet and in the foreground the Town Park which gives the present ...
Invergordon Bowling Club The Bowling Green, Invergordon, c 1920.
Invergordon Harbour Part of the Harbour area.
Invergordon Harbour A close-up of the Harbour showing the fencing barrier that was erected to separate the harbour from ...
Invergordon Harbour A scene at the harbour. Any idea who the people are?
Invergordon High Street The Old Post Office in the High Street, around 1906.
Moonlit Waters, Cromarty The Navy at anchor in the Firth, looking west towards Invergordon and Ben Wyvis.
Old Invergordon The western end of the town, possibly taken from the old slipway. The large building left of centre ...
Rosskeen Bay, Invergordon The foreshore west of Invergordon, looking west with Fyrish Hill in the background.
The Fleet at Rest on the Cromarty Firth A view of the Firth looking east with the Sutors in the background. From a postcard with a 1910 post...
View West The view west from the top of the path leading to the Donkey Bridge. The work on the coast road to r...
Invergordon Academy Invergordon Academy Intermediate Class 1909 1910. The notes on the back of the photo are hand-writ...
Invergordon High Street Bisset's Temperance Hotel, 19 High Street, owned by William Bisset; c 1904.
King Edward VII in Invergordon King Edward VII walking up from Invergordon Pier, accompanied by Provost MacDonald.

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