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TITLE
Inchnadamph Sunday School Picnic Outing to Ardmair, 1930
EXTERNAL ID
PC_WMORRISON_092
PLACENAME
Ardmair
DISTRICT
Lochbroom
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Lochbroom
DATE OF IMAGE
1930
PERIOD
1930s
SOURCE
Willie Morrison
ASSET ID
30575
KEYWORDS
picnics
Sunday Schools
Sunday School Outings
lorries
Inchnadamph Sunday School Picnic Outing to Ardmair, 1930

This photograph shows members of Inchnadamph Sunday School on an outing to Ardmair, near Ullapool, on 23rd August, 1930. The vehicle is a Ford Model A lorry - at the time almost new - driven by Donald Corbett (pictured left), grandfather of the former Highland journalist and editor, Willie Morrison. At the time, Donald was the chaffeur/mechanic at Inchnadamph Hotel. Next to Donald is Ellen Easton and her daughter, Roberta (Bobbie). Willie's grandmother, Mina Corbett, is seated on the lorry, second from the right. It is interesting to note that the lorry's occupants are sitting on benches, borrowed from the garden for the occasion.

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Inchnadamph Sunday School Picnic Outing to Ardmair, 1930

ROSS: Lochbroom

1930s

picnics; Sunday Schools; Sunday School Outings; lorries

Willie Morrison

Willie Morrison Archive

This photograph shows members of Inchnadamph Sunday School on an outing to Ardmair, near Ullapool, on 23rd August, 1930. The vehicle is a Ford Model A lorry - at the time almost new - driven by Donald Corbett (pictured left), grandfather of the former Highland journalist and editor, Willie Morrison. At the time, Donald was the chaffeur/mechanic at Inchnadamph Hotel. Next to Donald is Ellen Easton and her daughter, Roberta (Bobbie). Willie's grandmother, Mina Corbett, is seated on the lorry, second from the right. It is interesting to note that the lorry's occupants are sitting on benches, borrowed from the garden for the occasion.