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The Promenade, Fortrose
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The Promenade, Fortrose

Postcard from around 1960 produced by J.B.White.
Picture added on 16 January 2005
Comments:
Fortrose was aye uppity. They had a promenade but were still divots!
Added by John Corall on 26 September 2005
The family on the beach and by the wall could well be my family. We holidayed at Fortrose (Mum and Dad, plus 7 children having travelled from Edinburgh), staying in the Camping Coach, in the late 1950's and early 1960's. A lot of time was spent on the beach at Fortrose and we also spent time being sent on excursions to Rosemarkie and Avoch (they seemed a lot further away then than they do now). Ice creams were a favourite although we always complained that my youngest and most spoilt brother, Ger, always seemed to get more than the rest of us.
Added by Bob Harley on 12 August 2006
Yes John.
We had a Railway Station as well,
And a Cathedral.
Dah Dah Dih Dah Dah.
(Ya Keya) Robin

Added by Robin Whyte on 01 July 2013
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