The Emigration Stone

The big artwork which transported us from the time of Highland Clearances pain into a future of renewed intercontinental links was the Emigration Stone on The Links, carved mostly on site by the celebrated architect and stonecutter Richard Kindersley on a commission from Cromarty Arts Trust.

The Emigration Stone

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The High Street, viewed from its junction with Denny Road

The High Street, viewed from its junction with Denny Road

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Denny Road, viewed from the War Memorial footpath.

Denny Road, viewed from the War Memorial footpath.

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Marine Terrace, looking west from the junction with Bank Street.

Marine Terrace, looking west from the junction with Bank Street.

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Marine Terrace viewed from the harbour, showing the old Hemp Factor buildings on the left.

Marine Terrace viewed from the harbour, showing the old Hemp Factor buildings on the left.

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Looking across the Links towards Nigg.

Looking across the Links towards Nigg.

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Cromarty Lighthouse, now fully automated.

The accommodation is now used as a base for Aberdeen University’s Sea Mammal Research Station, whose work has gained an international reputation.

Cromarty Lighthouse

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Cromarty harbour.

Cromarty harbour.

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Cromarty harbour.

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The boatyard at the harbour.

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