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The Invergordon Archive


The upturned hull of HMS Natal - c1916 The Natal was sunk in the firth in 1915, by an explosion in the magazine. This shows the hull before...
United Free Church The Rev. Douglas, minister of the United Free Church in Invergordon during the first World War.
United Free Church The United Free Church choir pictured with the minister, Rev. Douglas, in 1916.
Invergordon Admiralty Cottages, Invergordon, built during the first World War.
Invergordon, First World War Some of the townspeople at the 3rd Camerons canteen. First right is Provost Macdonald and beside him...
The Royal Navy in the Cromarty Firth The fleet at anchor in the Firth just off Invergordon. The date is not known. See also picture #372.
Local worker Margaret Graham of Delny, who was a munitions worker. The date of this picture is unknown.
Sgt. Major Andrew Ross Sgt. Major Andrew Ross who served with the Seaforth Highlanders in the first World War. He was award...
Pte. James Farquhar Pte. James Farquhar, who died in 1918 at the second battle of Amiens, World War 1.
Lieut. William G. Paterson Lieut. William G. Paterson of Ord Farm, Saltburn who served in the Lovat Scouts during the first Wor...
Town Crier of Invergordon Jack 'The Yank' arrived in Invergordon during World War 1 under mysterious circumstances.
Army Squad A group picture taken probably during the First World War at a guess. Any information would be usefu...

Latest Pics

Invergordon Academy 1966 Class ReunionInvergordon Primary School P7 1965Nurse who perished in HMS Natal explosionGroup PhotoGroup on Nigg Pier waiting for the Fleet to enterHMS Albion entering Cromarty FirthHMS Gambia and HMS DuchessAnchorage of the Battle Cruiser Squadron 1928Disposition of the Fleet in October 1927Queen's visit in May 1957