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Fortrose High St. c1919 ?? looking East.

"Ivy Bank" on the left.
Picture added on 17 June 2012 at 19:21
Auld Fortrose.I remember the ivy on ivy bank house. Bert Miller the butchers shop was there in my early years. great character Bert.with the Merket Cross which I don't remember. Lady Seaforth had The Bran Seer burnt in a barrel of tar here.charming they were very friendly folks in these times!
Added by JOHN REDDIGAN on 14 May 2013
My mother Margaret Thomas was born in 1918 and lived in Fortrose for many years before moving to Glasgow. As children we holidayed in Fortrose or Rosemarkie every year. Her mother’s family the Rennie’s lived in Ivy Cottage and owned the Royal Restaurant on the High Street. Her aunts owned a cafe in Cromarty and one of them operated the bus between Fortrose and Cromarty.

Added by Margaret Graham on 28 December 2014
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