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Fishermen on the beach - c1909
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Fishermen on the beach - c1909

This group are on the beach at the Links or Shore St. Visible on the far shore is Dunskeath House, which burnt down in the 1950s or 60s. A blowup of this area can be seen in picture #811.
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Picture added on 31 May 2004 at 14:55
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The newer part of Dunskaith House burnt down in 1960 but the old house survived. It was used as a Post Office, shop and boarding kennels until it was demolished in about 1970 to make way for the Hifab yard. See pic 105 on the Tain Museum image library.
Added by Estelle Quick on 01 June 2004
Quite a few of these boats were still in use when my father was a child. He can recall the names "Chrisie Jane", "Mayflower", and "Thunderer". It would be nice to find out who these boats belonged to.
Added by Andrew Bathie on 11 May 2008
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