The photographs which follow were included in the Millennium Exhibition of 2000 and cover only a small part of properties in the village.  Please visit the photo album at the bottom of the page to see more properties.

Albert Place

Albert Place is a small row of terraced cottages at the entrance to the village from the direction of Dingwall. The white gable end is that of the “other” village shop (now a private dwelling).

Albert Place

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Proby Street

Proby Street looking west from Albert Place.

Proby Street looking west from Albert Place.

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Proby Place

Proby Place is a small row of houses leading off from Proby Street.

Proby Place is a small row of houses leading off from Proby Street.

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Mackenzie Place

Some of the 30-plus houses in Mackenzie Place.

Some of the 30-plus houses in Mackenzie Place

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Seaforth Place

Seaforth Place is a crescent containing mainly traditional red sandstone cottages with a few wooden clad Swedish style houses built in the 1950s.

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Wrightfield Park

Wrightfield Park is an estate of 50 houses built at the western end of the village between the railway bridge and the Conon bridge. The design of the estate won architectural awards at the time of construction.

Some of the Wrightfield Park houses showing the landscaped bank between the houses and the main road.

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The Macrae Estate

This is a large estate of 100-plus houses, mostly detached, built by Macrae in 1968-72. There are four streets in the estate: Rosshill Drive, Grant Crescent, Stuarthill Drive and Muirden Road.

Rosshill Drive.

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Birch Drive

Birch Drive has been developed in stages. The entrance to the estate is at the top of Hood Street, past the football field.

Birch Drive

Hood Street

Hood Street looking up the hill from Proby Street.

Hood Street looking up the hill from Proby Street.

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Aerial photograph

Aerial photograph of Maryburgh taken on 16 August 1963, reproduced by kind permission of Mrs Rosemary Henderson, Maryburgh.

Aerial photograph of Maryburgh taken on 16 August 1963

Attribution: reproduced by kind permission of Mrs Rosemary Henderson, Maryburgh

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