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Cromarty Image Library

The Harbour and Fleet in Cromarty
The Cromarty Archive
The Harbour and Fleet in Cromarty

This picture shows naval personnel coming ashore and walking up Bank Street. No date is available for this picture.
Picture added on 01 January 2003
Comments:
All harbour views from this angle were taken from the right hand attic window of my parents former home at Frithview (note 'Frith' spelling, this is an old form of Scots, used on maps and place names) Early Titles of Frithview show Hugh Miller's signature, as a witness, when he was a Bank clerk around 1820's.
Added by Clem Watson on 07 November 2003
This print is from one of the glass plates from the W J Smith Collection. This collection was gifted to my father by W J Smith's family. A number of photographs on this website, all taken around 1910, and mostly of the fleet or the burgh, are from this collection. Copyright of the collection is in my name, as trustee for my two sisters, my brother and myself.
Added by Campbell Ross on 15 June 2004
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