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The gable at Burnside after the cement harling has been stripped off. Lets you see what mid-18th century Fishertown houses were built of - namely rubble stone, some whin boulders but mostly sandstone with a few bricks thrown in. The mortar is a mixture of cement-sand, lime-sand and clay. Hopefully, it won't look like this for very much longer!
Picture added on 03 September 2012 at 11:59
I wis in that hoose monny a time wi ma Mam. That's far Pat an Vi Jack bade. It's lovely hoose

Added by Margaret Tong on 04 September 2012
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The Fisher Town, CromartyMcBeath's old shop - rebuild underwayRenovations to the McBeaths of shopSouth Sutor Chicken FarmHighland cows at South Sutor chicken farmSouth Sutor poultry farmhouseNew wall railings at Bob and Marion Tonkins houseRev. Walter Scott in front of Forsyth HouseRev. Walter Scott and his wife Peddieston House