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Cromarty Image Library

Aerial view of the town from the West
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Aerial view of the town from the West

This view of the town is taken from a high vantage point to the West of the town. It also shows Nigg in the background. It's taken from a postcard sent to a 'Mrs Muirhead' on the Isle of Man - anyone know who she might have been?
Picture added on 01 January 2003
Comments:
This is very interesting to me. I think the Council houses were built around 1937? I remember Granny referring to the triangular piece of land in the middle of the photo as the 'Craftie.'
Added by Margaret Tong (Cowie) on 06 April 2004
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