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Cromarty Image Library

The Ailsa at end of harbour
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The Ailsa at end of harbour

Picture showing the Aisla tied up at the end of the harbour. Interestingly, you can see the funnel of the Disperser in the background. The SSS on the funnel stands for the South Stockton Shipbreaking company. The smaller boat next to the Ailsa is the Iris, used as the Cromarty to Nigg Ferry between 1937 and 1938.
Picture added on 01 January 2003
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The Ailsa - the ferry between Cromarty and Invergordon
Comments:
The year of this image can't be 1930. The Disperser didn't arrive till 1937, and left in 1939.
Added by Sandy Thomson on 02 June 2013
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