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Cromarty Image Library

High Street
The Cromarty Archive
High Street

From a book of photographs published by John Bain, Draper and Clothier, Cromarty. 1900

Photographed by Valentines Dudee.

Picture added on 01 January 2003
I love old photos like this. It is actually my great grandad's name that is on the doorstep of what was formerly 'Binnie's' teashop, "D. Junor". Would love it if that fountain was still standing where it is, even if it meant there was no road going through. But think how many vandals would have had their wicked way if it were, sadly is the state Cromarty 'home of the parton' these days, although think it has gotten better since I have been away and returned from Australia!
Added by Ross on 21 September 2005
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