Tain Museum Image Library

Tain High Street
Tain Museum Image Library
Tain High Street

A busy scene in Tain high Street, early 20th century(?)
Picture added on 22 March 2004
Comments:
What a lot of black-coated men! Was it a funeral? An old lady told me about 1970 that the long funeral processions of the early part of the century were considered well worth watching by the local laddies. All except my father, she added. He was twelve when someone asked him why he didn't join the other boys to watch the funeral parade on the High Street.'I don't wish to indulge in such morbid curiosity, ' was his rather grand reply.
Added by Shona Arthur on 01 July 2007
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