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TITLE
The Paye, Cromarty
EXTERNAL ID
PC_DONALD_CROMARTY15
PLACENAME
Cromarty
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Cromarty
DATE OF IMAGE
2002
PERIOD
2000s
CREATOR
Janine Donald
SOURCE
Janine Donald
ASSET ID
22357
KEYWORDS
pilgrimages
pilgrimage
The Paye, Cromarty

The cobbled 'Paye' in Cromarty runs down into Church Street and was part of the old pilgrim route to the shrine of St. Duthac in Tain. When they arrived at the Cromarty shore pilgrims took the 'King's Ferry' to Dunskeath on the opposite shore of the firth. From there they travelled on to St Duthac's Chapel in Tain. James IV travelled this route on several occasions

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The Paye, Cromarty

ROSS: Cromarty

2000s

pilgrimages; pilgrimage

Janine Donald

The cobbled 'Paye' in Cromarty runs down into Church Street and was part of the old pilgrim route to the shrine of St. Duthac in Tain. When they arrived at the Cromarty shore pilgrims took the 'King's Ferry' to Dunskeath on the opposite shore of the firth. From there they travelled on to St Duthac's Chapel in Tain. James IV travelled this route on several occasions