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Cromarty Image Library

2 High St - 1919
The Cromarty Archive
2 High St - 1919

The front of Bain's shop on the corner of Church St and Forsyth Place.
Picture added on 18 December 2003
Comments:
The man in the centre would seem to be the shopkeeper himself given the resemblance to John Bain in picture #589.
Added by Garve Scott-Lodge on 19 December 2003
2 High Street is the address of what is now Gardiner & Gardiner antiques shop on the opposite corner!
Added by Mary Bowers on 09 April 2009
I believe John Bain lived at 1 Forsyth Place, above his shop which is now a pantry?
Added by Paul Thomas on 31 March 2010
My copy of this has "2 High Street Cromarty Circa 1890" written on it, in unknown handwriting. I too think it might be the antiques shop, despite the facade being very different now. The side window and the not-quite-right-angle of the corner suggest this, but a close look at the present stonework would decide it. The man does look very like John Bain though.
Added by Ruth MacGregor on 08 February 2014
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