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1750 map of Tain This map (with west at the top) was drawn by Alexander Sangster in about 1750 to show the boundaries...
New St. Duthus Cemetery, Dedication Rev. MacAlpine (left) and Rev. Kinsella conducting a Dedication Service on the opening of the New St...
Count de Serra Largo & Family, Tarlogie Peter Alexander Cameron Mackenzie became the Count de Serra Largo. After coming to Tain, he lived i...
Dr Aird's Well, Kilmuir Easter The only information we have about this well is what is said on the front of the post card on which ...
Butter making This picture shows butter being made at Tarrel using a hand operated churn. At one time most farms ...
Anderson's House, South Bonar This is one of several views we have of the house owned by the Anderson family in South Bonar. The ...
The Grove, Tain The Grove is situated off Cunarder Lane (which links the High Street and Kirksheaf Road). This pict...
Williamson's Show Rooms, Petley Place, Tain We think this picture dates to 1914-15. The sign says "Williamson's China Crystal & Stoneware Show ...
Tain Station c1960 The railway reached Tain in 1864. Tain station used to be a very busy place and employed c30 people...
Plan of St Duthus Church, 1815 This plan of the former Collegiate Church but then the Parish Church of Tain was drawn by James Shan...
Edderton Church This striking aerial view of Edderton Church and its immediate surroundings is looking east towards ...
Invergordon High Street This picture shows what Invergordon High Street looked like around 1900. Apart from the absence of ...

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