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Cromarty Image Library

Forsyth House - 1907
The Cromarty Archive
Forsyth House - 1907

Postmarked '07, this card is entitled "The Established Church Manse & Jubilee Fountain, High Street, Cromarty."

Photo by Wood, Invergordon, Published by Hossack & Mc.Leod.
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Picture added on 01 April 2005
Comments:
Wow how different it looked back then!!
Added by Felicity Sampays on 17 September 2006
When my father came to Cromarty in 1938 to work on the Sutor Forts WW2 refurbishments his digs were in Forsyth House with Mrs Slader. My mother still refers to this as The Fountain Brae. When was the fountain moved to it's new location? I can't remember it being outside Forsyth House, mother tells me it was moved beacuse Mrs Slader reversed into it several times in her car, is this true?
Added by Arthur Bird on 18 September 2006
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