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The Invergordon Archive

1915

High Street, Invergordon The High Street, looking West. It looks as though the driver of the car on the right has something a...
Old Invergordon Admiralty Terrace, Invergordon. The road on the right is Distillery Brae.
Evening at Invergordon Harbour A delightful tinted postcard of what is now known as the West Harbour. The clouds are clearly additi...
Invergordon A postcard dating back to 1915. The picture at the top left shows the eastern end of the High Street...
United Free Church, Invergordon A tinted postcard of the Church. THe picture was probably taken in the early 1900s. The date is a g...
A sailor's Funeral at Invergordon A postcard showing a sad day at Invergordon. This is the western end of the High Street looking nort...
The Fleet at Invergordon Officers and Crew either arriving or leaving at the pier. Several battleships can be seen at anchor ...
Naval Funeral See also picture #344. This may be the same event. The date is not known.
The Wreck of HMS Natal Although HMS Natal sank in 1915 the date of this picture is not known.
Officers and Ratings in the Firth with the Fleet A fine postcard showing activity in the Firth just off the one of the Piers. The picture is very sim...
Annie & George Mitchell's children Annie & George Mitchell's children in approx. 1915. From L to R are: Elspet, Charlotte, Crissie, Be...
Funeral Procession The funeral procession, with gun carriage bearing the coffin of a sailor, turns towards the station....

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