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The first Bonar Bridge 1812 - 1892 Postcard with a monochrome photograph of the first Bonar Bridge built in 1812 shortly after the Meik...
Table of distances in Sutherland and part of Caithness Copy of a single-page table, in old script, of principal distances between population settlements. ...
Gordon's Coaches Timetable May 1994 A5 size folded Gordon's Coaches timetable from 16 May 1994
Account of life on board the SS Athenia A handwritten three page account of life on board SS Athenia. Ernest and Hilda Meredith of Llandudn...
East Highland route through Dornoch to Bonar Bridge Newspaper extract of an article entitled 'Anthony Troon travels the East Highland route through Dorn...
Little Ferry c 1890 A newspaper extract of a monochrome photograph with accompanying description, showing an elegant car...
Fridge magnet with caption "The Mound" Fridge magnet with caption "The Mound" with sepia photograph, probably taken in the 1920s, of a hors...
Aircraft landing at Glebe Park Dornoch June 1931 Northern Times 'From Our Old Files' extract, first published Thursday July 2, 1931 recording the arr...
Dornoch Pipe Band high note send-off for cruise line visitors Copy of an article with colour photograph, published in the Northern Times of June 7, 2013 with the ...
NT local news from 1939 and 1914 Extract from the Northern Times 'From our old files' published on 31 January 2014 reporting: 75 yea...
A wee 'Smart car' in Dornoch In contrast to the stretched limo, a colour photograph showing a small 'Smart' car, developed as a t...
View of the Loch Shin water front at Lairg Monochrome postcard view of the Loch Shin water front at Lairg, with an inscription 'Sutherland Arms...

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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