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Cromarty Image Library

Cromarty Image Library News

Youth club cine film
Added on 04 July 2012 at 11:45 by Garve
We have 8 clips of cine film from the youth club in the late 70s and will add them over the next day or two.
Seaplanes in the Firth
Added on 19 October 2011 at 08:48 by Garve
Robin Gilbert has found a better version of this seaplanes photo which I've now uploaded.
Cromarty Football Team c1955
Added on 17 August 2011 at 13:38 by Garve
We have received an improved version of this photo from Alla Macdonald. It shows a number of well known faces.
New version of website
Added on 04 June 2009 at 09:26 by Garve
Welcome to the 3rd version of the Cromarty Image Library. We've worked hard to make this as easy to use as possible whilst keeping all the features you're used to using. It's only available on it's own domain now, www.thecromartyarchive.org, so please remember to update your bookmarks etc.

We've increased the width of the site to suit more modern monitors, added this News facility and now show the Favourite pics on the right column on the home page. As you browse through the site you'll find that the photos in the right column change to show you pictures connected to the one you're viewing. Click the random link at the top-right to try it out.

We've also created a public upload facility so you can send a photo straight to the website.

Like the last version, there is some advertising on the site: this is needed so that we can cover the hosting costs. However, instead of the Google adverts we hope to sell advertising space to local businesses in the future. Should you be interested in advertising your goods or services on the pages of the image library, please email us at info@thecromartyarchive.org

If you come across any bugs or have any suggestions for us, please also email us at info@thecromartyarchive.org.

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