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Inverness
Title: Inverness
Description: Inverness is the capital of the highlands with many fine buildings on both banks of the River Ness.
Date: July 1988
Inverness
Title: Inverness
Description: This view shows the River Ness as it passes through the city. In the centre of the picture, high on its hill, stands Inverness Castle - now a police station.
Date: July 1988
Inverness
Title: Inverness
Description: The view from castle hill shows the River Ness and the cathedral.
Date: July 1988
Inverness - Castle
Title: Inverness - Castle
Description: Inverness Castle was rebuilt in 1834 and can be visited, but only as a Police Station! The orignal fort was destroyed by the Jacobites in 1746.
Date: July 1979
Inverness - Castle
Title: Inverness - Castle
Description: This view shows the former castle floodlit at night.
Date: September 2008
Inverness - High Street
Title: Inverness - High Street
Description: This view shows the start of the shopping areas in Inverness, just up the hill from the River Ness. As you can see, the crowds are starting to gather.
Date: July 1979
Inverness - Balnain House
Title: Inverness - Balnain House
Description: The National Trust for Scotland owns Balnain House which is used as an office. It is not open to the public.
Date: September 2008
Inverness - Old High Church
Title: Inverness - Old High Church
Description: The Old High Church was built in the 1770s and sits on St Michael's Mount. Jacobite prisoners were confined in the church after Culloden and some were executed in the graveyard.
Date: September 2008
Inverness - Town House
Title: Inverness - Town House
Description: The Town House was built in 1892 and is home to Highland Council.
Date: September 2008
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