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TITLE
Class Photo of pupils at Bonar Bridge Secondary School, 1930s
EXTERNAL ID
PC_WMORRISON_086
PLACENAME
Bonar Bridge
DISTRICT
Dornoch and Creich
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
SUTHERLAND: Creich
PERIOD
1930s
SOURCE
Willie Morrison
ASSET ID
30569
KEYWORDS
school photographs
class photographs
schoolchildren
Class Photo of pupils at Bonar Bridge Secondary School, 1930s

This photograph shows pupils at Bonar Bridge Secondary School in the late 1930s. From left to right (top row) they are Robert MacKenzie (killed in World War II), Alasdair (Mackay)? Ardgay, Ernest Clark (died Japanese prison camp), Prof Donald Mackay (doctor and minister), Johnnie? Fraser, Mary Ross (Ardgay), Mgt Cameron (daughter of Free Church minister), Christobel MacLeod, Cathy MacDonald, Ruby Corbett, Marie Macrae (headmaster's daughter), Joey Ross, Sheila? Davidson.

Bonar Bridge village is situated on a strip of land between the Kyle of Sutherland and the Dornoch Firth. Referred to as just 'Bonar' until the erection of the first bridge across the Kyle of Sutherland, the village developed with the coming of the railway in 1864. Hotels and a golf course were created in response to demand from tourists

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Class Photo of pupils at Bonar Bridge Secondary School, 1930s

SUTHERLAND: Creich

1930s

school photographs; class photographs; schoolchildren

Willie Morrison

Willie Morrison Archive

This photograph shows pupils at Bonar Bridge Secondary School in the late 1930s. From left to right (top row) they are Robert MacKenzie (killed in World War II), Alasdair (Mackay)? Ardgay, Ernest Clark (died Japanese prison camp), Prof Donald Mackay (doctor and minister), Johnnie? Fraser, Mary Ross (Ardgay), Mgt Cameron (daughter of Free Church minister), Christobel MacLeod, Cathy MacDonald, Ruby Corbett, Marie Macrae (headmaster's daughter), Joey Ross, Sheila? Davidson.<br /> <br /> Bonar Bridge village is situated on a strip of land between the Kyle of Sutherland and the Dornoch Firth. Referred to as just 'Bonar' until the erection of the first bridge across the Kyle of Sutherland, the village developed with the coming of the railway in 1864. Hotels and a golf course were created in response to demand from tourists