Dornoch Historylinks Image Library

2007

The Way We Are Today Dornoch Slide bound 12 page document, with cover page including a drawing by David Mahoney of Castle Street ...
Jobs for the Boys ...and Girls Slide bound 10 page document, with cover page including a drawing by David Mahoney of Dornoch Cathed...
Meikle Ferry disaster memorial inscription Copy of the inscription on the memorial stone to Hugh McCulloch, Proncy Croy, Dornoch. Sheriff of th...
Joiners, The Meadows, Dornoch A colour photograph from the nearby road taken at the time of the demolition of the Joiner's worksho...
Meikle Ferry disaster memorial to Hugh McCulloch A colour photograph of the memorial stone to Hugh McCulloch, Proncy Croy, Dornoch. Sheriff of the co...
The Cambusmore Holidays of the Loder Family 1900 -1908 A CD of photographs and diaries of holidays of the Loder Family 1900-1908 at Cambusmore. (The photog...
Allsorts After School Club Northern Times newspaper cutting, with a colour photograph and description of a summer event, organi...
Allsorts After School Club Colour photographs of a summer event, organised by Historylinks for the Allsorts After School Club, ...
Allsorts After School Club Colour photographs of a summer event, organised by Historylinks for the Allsorts After School Club, ...
Allsorts After School Club Colour photographs of a summer event, organised by Historylinks for the Allsorts After School Club, ...
Historylinks ~ Mock Archaeology Dig Northern Times newspaper cutting, and four colour photographs, of a summer event organised by Histor...
Archaeological Evaluation of Dornoch Square A booklet on the Archaeological Evaluation of the site for new housing in Dornoch Square.

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