|Andrew Dowsett - Local Photographer|
|Beatrice Wind Farm|
|Britain from Above|
This site contains a number of aerial photos of Cromarty from 1930. To zoom in on them you need to register with the site - it's free.
|Calum Davidson dot Com|
Calum's photo website.
Beautifully handmade fabric tea cosies, hot water bottle cosies, and coves for iPhone and iPod Touch, made by a new business in Cromarty
|Cromarty Action for Young People|
|Cromarty Allotments & Gardens Society|
|Cromarty Boat Club|
The thriving Cromarty Boat Club has recently renovated the lookout tower as its clubhouse.
|Cromarty Ferry Company|
|Cromarty Film Festival|
Cromarty Film Festival website
|Cromarty Firth Port Authority|
|Cromarty History Society|
Northern Lighthouse Board website
The Community Council website with local events calendar etc.
|Cromarty Primary School|
Cromarty Primary School's website is maintained by the staff and pupils.
|Cromarty Satellite view on Windows Live|
|Cromarty Splash & Dash|
|Discover Hugh Miller|
|Dolphins - Lighthouse Field Station|
|East Church Website|
Ecoventures has taken over from Dolphin Ecosse as the local boat trip company.
Umbrella website for Heritage organisations in the Highlands and Islands.
|Highland Archaeology Services Ltd|
The Hospice in Inverness has many friends in Cromarty who help to raise funds.
|Highland Mountain Biking Association|
- who run the track at Learnie.
|John Macdonald - Accordian Entertainer|
John left Cromarty in the early 60s and has since recorded over 50 albums.
|Master of the Air|
Tale of the Daily Mail sponsored round-Britain flight of 1913 which called at Cromarty.
|NASA Astronaut Photography|
|National Library of Scotland - Pont's Maps|
|North Kessock & District Local History Society|
|Oil Rig Photos|
An image library dedicated to pictures of oil rigs around the world.
|Robert Clyne's Album|
|Sea Cromarty Sparkle|
|South Sutor Gun Emplacements|
The Stables, half way up the South Sutor, has been converted into artist's studios.
Restaurant on Bank St with a wood-fired oven.
|The Cromarty Centre Website|
Andrew is a well known local photographer. Many of his images are available as prints.
A lighthousekeeper in Cromarty around the time of the First World War, Robert Clyne left an album of photographs from around Scotland. They are shown here courtesy of his great-granddaughter, Jane Bain. Many more can be seen on her genealogy website. A picture of Robert Clyne can be found here.
Along with his wife, Frieda, Martin is the property manager of Hugh Miller's cottage.
John was born in Cromarty, and left in 1963 for New Zealand. He now lives in Australia and is a well known Scottish entertainer with more than 50 albums to his name.
|Vivienne Griffiths |
Viv is the owner of the Emporium in Cromarty High St.
|National Library of Scotland|
Calum and his family have lived in Cromarty since 1985, in Albion House, Church Street. A native of Caithness, Calum was brought up in Thurso, in Shetland and Inverness. I'm a regional planner and photographer, and on a day to day basis enjoy visually recording the every day life of Cromarty as a small Highland town, but also I like to capture the the more unusual and quirky objects that can be seen on a walk looking out to sea, at the harbour, along the beach, or through the streets and vennels of one of Scotland’s more historic little burghs. I have also written the Photographers Guide to Cromarty - available online.
|John Paul Photography|
Established in 1982, John Paul Photography has earned a reputation for work of the highest quality and superb service to its wide and numerous client base, including many National and International publications and companies. Based in North Scotland, assignments are undertaken nationally and throughout Europe.
|Scottish Field magazine|
Jane is the great-granddaughter of Robert Clyne, lighthousekeeper at Cromarty in the early 1900s, who took many photos of the town.
John is an archaeologist living and working in Cromarty.
Duncan owns and runs Poyntzfield Herb Nursery.
Plexus are web designers based in Cromarty. In 2003 we took the decision to create a website dedicated to collecting as many pictures of the town as possible. As you can see this has taken off hugely, with over 1000, from the early years of photography until the present day. One contributor has referred to this as 'living history'. We used to pay for the hosting of the site ourselves, but it has grown so large that Calico, the local Internet Service Provider, have agreed to sponsor the site by donating the webspace for free. We now use the little money we get through advertising on the site to buy old slides and postcards for use on the site.
Along with his wife Helen, Kenny 'Pockets' owns the Cromarty Arms.
Professional Photographer from the Netherlands
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland