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Cromarty Image Library

Marine Terrace - c1984
The Cromarty Archive
Marine Terrace - c1984

The opening of the new housing built in the old Rope Factory around 1984.
Picture added on 15 March 2003
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I'm sure the dark haired man facing the camera is Hamish Stewart owner of the Byre and local councillor.
Added by Sue Florence on 13 May 2003
In red and black is Fiona Watson.
Added by John McBean on 24 July 2003
Come on Susan. Hamish Stuart, whose daughter Laura presented Michael Ancram with a memento of the event. Hamish had prodded the District Council into doing the Ropeworks up.
Added by Mary Stuart on 18 October 2003
Mary, you wouldn't by any chance have a pic of Hamish's Jeep for this site would you?
Added by Garve Scott-Lodge on 20 October 2003
Sorry Mary my apologies.
Added by Sue Florence on 04 November 2003
Sorry Garve, I think there were only two in existence, pictures and that particular jeep. Will have a look.
Added by Mary Stuart on 24 April 2004
Once upon a time I was an art teacher on the Black Isle (1974-1979). I lived at Raddery House, then Braelangwell, then in a wing of Poyntzfield House with Barbara Cunliffe. My friend's parents used to run the Royal in Cromarty - we all shared a wonderful late 70s existence. I was an art teacher called Pat - does anyone recall those days?
Added by Pat on 12 February 2011
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