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Hugh Miller Cromarty Trail

Hugh Miller, born on 10 October 1802, in this prosperous late Georgian seaport town, was to become well- known as a geologist and naturalist, writer and folklorist. He died in the early years of Queen Victoria’s reign, having witnessed many changes in the nineteenth century society.

Cromarty still retains the atmosphere of that bygone age, and with this brief guide the visitor may discover something of the town’s rich past.

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Hugh Miller 200th anniversary celebrations

Martin Gostwick recalls some highlights in the momentous 200th anniversary celebrations of the birth of Cromarty geologist and writer Hugh Miller

Bust of Hugh Miller

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