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One of the Corrugated Iron houses on the Links
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One of the Corrugated Iron houses on the Links

Picture added on 01 January 2003
Comments:
These houses were part of a military camp in WW1.
Added by Eric Malcolm on 04 February 2003
I believe that these were officer's cottages during the war. Accommodation for the enlisted men was up at the (later) chicken farm, half way up the Sutor.
Added by Colin Dunn on 06 February 2003
The houses on the links were part of the Newton Camp in WW1, another existed, occupied by a Mr & Mrs Macphail (he was a local roadman), until the late 1940's. and was sited 100 metres or so on the Newton side of the former Cromarty reservoir, on the same side of the road.
Added by Clem Watson on 11 December 2005
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The Fisher Town, CromartyMcBeath's old shop - rebuild underwayRenovations to the McBeaths of shopSouth Sutor Chicken FarmHighland cows at South Sutor chicken farmSouth Sutor poultry farmhouseNew wall railings at Bob and Marion Tonkins houseRev. Walter Scott in front of Forsyth HouseRev. Walter Scott and his wife Peddieston House