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Cromarty Image Library

Old picture of Victoria Park
The Cromarty Archive
Old picture of Victoria Park

This is an amazing picture showing the area which is now Victoria Park. Denoon Villa can be clearly seen at the end of the pathway running through the picture. Note the elaborate greenhouse structure in the foreground, and the long low building in front of it standing where the road and pavement now are. Victoria Hall was eventually erected to the right-hand side of the picture. No exact date is known for this picture.
Picture added on 01 January 2003
Comments:
Im so glad that it was turned into a park! You wouldn't see me kicking a ball in there!!
Added by Kahlia on 18 July 2003
You will be able to get to a close date by looking at the part Cromarty O.S. Map of 1871, [picture #544] with buildings etc., tinted pink. Incidentally O.S. maps coloured in this way at this time were for the specific use of the District Valuer's Office
Added by Clem Watson on 12 January 2006
The Victoria Hall was built in 1887, so this picture must predate that!
Added by Vivienne Plampton on 24 May 2015
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