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View of Bank Street Cromarty
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View of Bank Street Cromarty

Bank Street, Cromarty showing the old tea shop on the left of the picture - 1920??
Please let us know if you can identify the year?
Picture added on 01 January 2003
The railings at the left of the picture are no longer there, the pavement now being twice as wide as is shown here. Otherwise, apart from the shop signs, the view is not very different from the present day.
Added by Garve Scott-Lodge on 19 December 2003
The old tea shop is I believe number 30 Bank Street. This was run by my great aunt Miss Vera Rennie together with her sister Mrs Margaret A Piper. The family had numerous businesses in Cromarty, one of them was starting the first bus service to the Black Isles. Mrs Piper was the first female councillor on the Black Isles. They were the first shop to sell Sunday newspapers and ice cream on a Sunday, heaven forbid.
Added by Alan Thomas on 09 November 2014
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