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93 Little Vennel
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93 Little Vennel

This house at the bottom of the Little Vennel was derelict until the early 70s.
Picture added on 01 January 2003
My great-uncle, Alex McGookin, owned this house for a few years. He wanted to put curved glass windows in but was frustrated by the planning department (correctly I'd have to say) and so never did anything with it at all.
Added by Garve Scott-Lodge on 17 February 2003
There was a Dave Summers and his sister lived there in the 50's, if I have it right. Wrote Bible quotes on large stones along the seashore. Made you think a bit! An expert at handline fishing off the rocks - knew all the good places to go.
Added by Dennis Manson on 05 December 2003
My gran Elsie Hogg sold this house in World War two. It was left to her by her granny Hogg.
Added by Alan Pike on 20 October 2004
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