Tain Churches

Attribution: unknown (Procession in High Street for Diamond Jubilee 1897)

St Duthus Collegiate Church

This church was built between 1370 and 1458 as the shrine of St Duthac. It stands near an earlier church the walls of which can still be seen. In medieval times the church was an important place of pilgrimage, its most famous visitor being James IV who came regularly from 1493 to 1513.

The Old Church of St Duthus.

Attribution: unknown

Ye His Saints

Acknowledgment
Thanks are due to Mrs Dorothy Haldane for permission to record excerpts from her late husband’s book Ye His Saints.

The Collegiate Church of St Duthac

Attribution: unknown

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