Muir of Ord Places

Muir of Ord Community Collage
Public Hall and Caledonian Bank, Muir of Ord. Postcard is franked 14 July 1906 and is addressed to Mrs Mackenzie, Ardross Place, Inverness.  [W J MacCulloch collection]


Main Street, Muir of Ord.  l.h.s.: A Robertson, Butcher.  Next: J. (?).  r.h.s.: Tarradale Hotel, proprietor Donald Macleod.  Beyond horse and cart: ?Willox? Ross.  [W J MacCulloch collection]

Postcard, dated 8 July 1910 and addressed to Mrs Mackenzie, 10 Ardross Place, Inverness, reads: Tarradale Hotel. My Dear Cousin, Just a PC. Hoping you are well. I would have written you sooner but we are very busy just now. How is your mother keeping. I seen (sic) A. Holmes last week and they are all in their usual. Father had a poisoned hand but is better now. Love from A Fraser.

Muir of Ord Locations

Looking North towards Muir of Ord from the A862 road from Beauly, taken from the entrance of Muir of Ord Industrial Estate. Ben Wyvis can be seen in the distance.


 Looking North from the same road, this time nearer the village, taken from the entrance of Muir of Ord Golf Club.


Looking North along the main street.


Some smaller new homes leading off the main street.


View taken from the railway bridge.


View looking towards the railway bridge.


Seaforth Road from its junction with the A862 and A832.


Looking towards the village from the A832 road from Marybank.


Attractive bungalows on the A832 road to Marybank at the west end of the village.


The Meadows housing estate, leading off the A862 road at the north end of the village.


Ord Wood housing estate, also leading off the A862 at the north end of the village.


Another view of Ord Wood housing estate.


The distinctive house called Evelix on the A862 at the
northern edge of the village. - a school at one time.

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