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Cromarty Image Library

Mrs Barwell in her shop
The Cromarty Archive
Mrs Barwell in her shop

This picture is used with the kind permission of Scottish Field, which used it in their article 'Cromarty, the Forgotten Town' by G. Allan Little, in their March 1970 issue. Mrs Barwell (who lived in the house now owned by Bob MacKay on the Links) originally rented space from Alison and Alastair Dunn to open a small shop/office at the end of the little lane beside Seabank House. This is now where the Cromarty Pottery shop is. The pantiles visible through the window are on the roof of the pottery workshops.
Picture added on 28 July 2003
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1970 Scottish Field Article
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1970 Scottish Field Article

Salmon Fishing 1969Cromarty Baker 1969Alison Dunn working in potteryProvost RossEric Malcom's cottage 1969Relaxing at the Salmon Bothy - Jimmy 'Toot' Hogg, and Isaac MacPheeMrs Calder at St. Anns, Church Street.Michael or Erwin Roehling with large fish.