Dornoch Historylinks Image Library

Embo

The three Mackay Herring Harvesters Monochrome photograph of left to right Bella, Mary Ann and Christina Mackay dressed for work as 'He...
The three Mackays at leisure Monochrome photograph of left to right Chrstina, Mary Ann and Bella Mackay at leisure standing at ...
Christina and Bella at leisure Monochrome photograph of left to right Chrstina and Bella Mackay at leisure sitting outside a larg...
Bella Mackay standing beside a barrel stack Monochrome photograph of Bella Mackay at leisure standing beside a barrel storage area
Group standing beside a barrel storage area Monochrome photograph of left to right: Jessie Ross, Bella Mackay, Wilma Ross and Christina Mackay...
Mary Ann and Christina Ross Monochrome photograph of left to right: Mary Ann and Christina Mackay sitting in the entrance door...
Christina Mackay in a summer dress at Ullapool Monochrome photograph of Christina Mackay in summer dress sitting on a herring barrel with a large...
Jessie Ross and Christina Mackay Monochrome photograph of Jessie Ross (left) and Christina Mackay dressed for an evening out, with ...
Christina Mackay dressed for an evening out Monochrome photograph of Christina Mackay dressed for an evening out, with the ubiquitous herring b...
Bella Mackay on an evening out in Ullapool Monochrome photograph of Bella Mackay dressed for an evening out, flanked by two young men, standin...
Barbara (Ross) Fraser carrying fish at the Mound Monochrome photograph of Barbara (Ross) Fraser carrying fish at the Mound Station.
Group photograoh of 'Herring Harvesters' Monochrome group photograph of 'Herring Harvesters' with Mary Ann Mackay at the left of the front r...

Latest Pics

Saw Mill workersSchool group photograph 1928School group photograph 1927School group photograph 1924A group of girls and boys in Meadows Park DornochJunior Girls Football TeamStaff of the Sergeants' Mess 4th/5th SeaforthStaff of the Sergeants' Mess 4th/5th SeaforthOfficers and Senior Ranks of the 4th/5th SeaforthStudio photograph of a  Seaforth Highlander