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Cromarty Image Library

Alison Ligertwood on the steps of Miller House.
The Cromarty Archive
Alison Ligertwood on the steps of Miller House.

Patsy and the milk cart passing, with Hugh Miller's cottage and Paye house in the background. See also picture #3466.
Picture added on 26 February 2014 at 15:41
Imagine singing "Hey Big Spender" to a horse in them days - you would have been carted away - a yes those were the days of Nellie Love and Jimmy Dockie who lived top of the Little Vennel and Red Munro and Stichie and Jockie the Burn - there's too many to list tonight, maybe soon. Their spikan very light cheilaka
Added by Daley Jones on 26 February 2014
Aye I mind them all - when Jean the burns cat caught a bird she used to say "that's a tasty bite for puss" we'd be mortified at cat ripping poor wee birdie .and nellies dog was Flossie , she'd get a Milky Way from Tunnies shop for her.
Added by Anon on 08 October 2014
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