Tain Museum Image Library

Manse Street, early 1900's?
Tain Museum Image Library
Manse Street, early 1900's?

This view of the far end of Manse Street shows a fenced field on the leftWith St Andrews Church beyond. This field is now part of the "Glebe" housing area comprising Glebe Crescent, Manse Crescent and St Andrews Road. On the right, the nearest building is Rose Place. The thatched house just beyond it is supposed to have been renovated by a Jack MacGill.
Picture added on 23 February 2005
Comments:
I am particulary interested as my grandparents Mr/Mrs John Clark lived at a manse called Glebe Manse Tain
This was mid fifties I think, I remember it well it was a large house with shingles all over the front part of garden.I was around 5 at the time, my sister and me used to go for our holidays and stay for weeks
I would love to find out more.
Added by IRENEGREEN on 02 April 2008
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