Cromarty Image Library

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Aberdeen University Lighthouse Research StationResearch on dolphins, porpoises and seals is carried out by Aberdeen University from its base in the...
Alan PikeAlan is a descendant of the Hogg and Watson families. He has family tree information about both fami...
Alison DunnBorn in Eastbourne, Sussex in 1925. Married Alastair Dunn in 1953 and moved to Clydebank, then to Au...
Alison WatsonAlison 'Darkie' (nee Ligertwood) is a well known local, daughter of 'Ledgie', cobbler in Cromarty 40...
Andrea InksterBalintore
Andrew DowsettAndrew is a well known local photographer. Many of his images are available as prints.
Avoch Heritage AssociationThe AHA have donated a large box of pictures and slides which we'll add to the site over the next co...
Bill WrenBill Wren, who lives in Greystone cottage near Newton Farm just outside Cromarty, is retired. He was...
Calum DavidsonCalum and his family have lived in Cromarty since 1985, in Albion House, Church Street. A native of ...
Carol HunterStornoway House.
Caroline Fairnée Bain
Clem WatsonBorn in Cromarty in 1936 and lived here until 1962. Used to assist my father (Albert Watson) with th...
Danny McBeanDanny's grandfather (also Danny) moved to Cromarty in the 1930s to farm Townlands, Allerton and Kirk...
David DenoonI am a direct descendant of Walter Denoon, boatman of Cromarty in 1744. My great grandfather lived i...
David NewmanI moved to the town of Cromarty fifteen years ago and have been taking pictures for most of that tim...
Diana BackDiana is the daughter of Eric Back, the captain of HMS Natal.
Dianne SmithFrom Australia, Miss Smith taught in Cromarty Primary School around 1977.
Dorothy Ewennee Robertson
Douglas MiddletonDavidston Farm
Duncan RossDuncan owns and runs Poyntzfield Herb Nursery.
Evan McBeanEvan farms at Allerton, around 3 miles outside Cromarty.
Frank ViergeverProfessional Photographer from the Netherlands
Garve Scott-LodgeA website designer brought up, living and working in Cromarty, Garve created the system this site is...
Georg von TiesenhausenGeorg from Huntsville, Alabama visited Cromarty in 2006.
Glen CollettGlen is a member of the Cromarty Camera Club.
Greig ThomsonLocal loon.
Helen BaileyHelen works at the University of Aberdeen's Lighthouse Field Station in Cromarty.
Helen TippingMy late mother, Kathleen Lewis, stayed at 23 High Street with Mr and Mrs Third during the second wor...
Iain RobertsonIain lives in the Fishertown.
Ian JunorCape Town South Africa
James BarrJames lives in Buffalo, New York, but has strong family attachments to Cromarty.
Jane BainJane is the great-granddaughter of Robert Clyne, lighthousekeeper at Cromarty in the early 1900s, wh...
Jim WelfordJim's uncle, LDG/Seaman Richard Lewis survived the sinking of the HMS Natal.
Joel Mason HouckPlayright in residence in Cromarty in 2006/07.
John MacDonaldJohn was born in Cromarty, and left in 1963 for New Zealand. He now lives in Australia and is a well...
John McBeanFarmer at Townlands Farm for many years, John was also very well known for delivering the milk aroun...
John Paul PhotographyEstablished in 1982, John Paul Photography has earned a reputation for work of the highest quality a...
John WoodJohn is an archaeologist living and working in Cromarty.
Kenny MacFarlaneAlong with his wife Helen, Kenny 'Pockets' owns the Cromarty Arms.
Kenny MackayCommonly known as 'Totter'.
Lewis StevensLewis stayed in Cromarty a few times in the late 50s, early 60s as he knew the Mr Ewing, the minist...
Malcolm McKeanAdministrator of the Invergordon Image Library.
Malcolm TurgooseMalcolm's grandfather was Captain Abson of the Disperser.
Martin GostwickAlong with his wife, Frieda, Martin is the property manager of Hugh Miller's cottage.
Michael OsborneRelative of Alfred Gunner - 1st Class Stoker, HMS Natal.
Nora WatsonBorn and bred in Cromarty, Nora's family have been in the town for generations.
Pamela HoadPamela's Great-grandfather, David Manson Skinner emigrated from Cromarty to Australia in 1884.
Paul Thomas [Most of the photographs sent by Paul were taken in the 40s and 50s by his grandfather, of whom a ...
Plexus MediaPlexus are web designers based in Cromarty. In 2003 we took the decision to create a website dedicat...
RCAHMSRoyal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
Robert ClyneA lighthousekeeper in Cromarty around the time of the First World War, Robert Clyne left an album of...
Rona Thomsonaka Miss Beaton "I came up to Cromarty in August 1978 and shared the new Schoolhouse with Etta Ke...
Sandy RussellSandy lived in number 60 Church St until 1935.
Vivienne Griffiths Viv is the owner of the Emporium in Cromarty High St.

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