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Cromarty Image Library

16 Forsyth Place in 1992
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16 Forsyth Place in 1992

This picture shows the old, small cottage which stood at 16 Forsyth Place up until the mid 90's when it was completely re-built. Note the extremely high chimney and the wonderful green colour of the exterior walls.
Picture added on 01 April 2005
Dear Peter, Took a print of 16 Forsyth Place in 1992. Went last Friday to Cromarty and took some photos for future reference. hope to see early June at the Art Fair.
Added by Len W johnson on 15 May 2005
This house was bought by Colin Mackenzie, local Mason Contractor, father of Babs, when he bought Struy House approx. 1923. Kenny Maclean lived there in the 1950's and Jean Young was very good at visiting and helping the old man. Then Margaret Mackenzie, Colin's sister moved there in the late 1950's and at that time the house had a very small kitchen, a toilet, a small sitting-room with a single bed at the window and upstairs was a small attic space. When Margaret died, late 60's, the house went to Colin Mackenzie her nephew in Glasgow who later sold the house.
Added by Jane Patience on 02 May 2008
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