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Fortrose & Rosemarkie Image Library

An old postcard image of High Street, Rosemarkie
The Fortrose & Rosemarkie Image Library
An old postcard image of High Street, Rosemarkie

The date is a guess, can anyone give a more accurate idea ?
ROMGH.00.97.6
Picture added on 24 May 2013 at 00:07
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Comments:
What a cracker.never seen Rosemarkie from this angle.looks like a busy day. shop keeper with broom.no fear of cars running you down.wish I could be of more help.there's bound to be someone out there somewhere who could put some light on the subject.The Plough Inn looks good possibly in Mr Robb's time The Craig looked more in them days a lot of erosion must have taken place over the years The Hoosie on the Hill stands out as it does today albeit more modern.truely a great shot.keep digging out these archives.
Added by JOHN REDDIGAN on 24 May 2013
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Postcards

Rosemarkie - general viewFortrose from lighthouseView of Rosemarkie villageFortrose High Street c1930Fortrose High St. circa 1950.Postcard 1905 The shore Rosemarkie. Rosemarkie shoreOld Mill and Bridge Street, RosemarkieFortrose Cathedral - c1900Fortrose from the hill