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Bathers on Marine Terrace - c1969
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Bathers on Marine Terrace - c1969

This family group shows the shore at Marine Terrace before the current railings were added. More interestingly, it also shows the front building of the old factory or rope works which was demolished a few years later.
Picture added on 01 January 2003
Comments:
The family in the foreground are the McGookin family. My grandmother, Jean McGookin is sitting on the bench with her grandchildren, Thomas Anthony and Gillian.
Added by Garve Scott-Lodge on 14 April 2003
I remember the old factory buildings where once my grandparents lived, after moving from Allerton farm. Their name was Beattie.
Added by Anon on 09 November 2003
I too played in the factory buildings when staying with my grandparents. I was born on Allerton Farm in 1945 then moved to Dundee but visited every year to stay with grandparents. They were very happy days; my friend then was Marjory McIntosh who used to stay in Shoremills then Church St, Cromarty.
Added by Anne Kidd (nee Wade) on 05 December 2003
I Remember this seat right outside39/40 Bayview Crescent. Barely remember the front building - wish it was still there would have made magic houses. I remember playing in the factory as a child and having a gang hut in what is now the houses at the back row OH THE GOOD OLD DAYS !!!!
Added by Anon on 05 December 2003
I remember Tom. He gave me Piano lessons in the early 1970s. Both Tom and Jean made you feel at home - a very nice family.

Added by Dorothy Shepherd on 05 May 2008
I am the wee boy with the red trunks who in years later had great fun in Cromarty and was known as Tam.
Added by Tam McGookin on 08 March 2010
Tam, I've always wondered what happened to you! It would be great to catch up. How's Gillian?
Added by Jess Alexander (nee Gunn) on 15 March 2010
Jess - I'm Tam's Auntie Jan and I'll pass your message on to him. Meanwhile, Tam (or Tony as the family now call him) is married to Liz and they have two sons, Daniel and Owen. Gillian is also married, to John Wilkie and they have twin boys, Charles and Vincent. I'll pass on your message and I expect you'll hear from them soon. Best wishes, Jan
Added by Jan Scott-Lodge on 15 March 2010
Thanks, Jan! Fond memories of them both.
Added by Jess Alexander on 19 March 2010
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