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The Saga - c1906
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The Saga - c1906

A postcard marked 1906, sent to a Mrs Muirhead. Possibly a ferry of the time.
Picture added on 01 January 2003
Comments:
My mother says the Saga was the ferry before the Ailsa.
Added by Ruth on 16 March 2011
My Great Grandfather, James Bain was the master of the Invergordon - Cromarty Ferry. I`m pretty certain he lived at 4 Bank Street. My Grandmother, Isabella Cummings Bain said he had a window installed so that he could look out at the sea. He drowned in the harbour during the war, when he went to check that a friends boat was securely tied up.
Added by Fraser James on 01 January 2012
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