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Meikle Ferry Station
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Meikle Ferry Station

Meikle Ferry Station building as seen from the front (ie facing away from the railway line). The name of the station reflected the site's importance for an earlier form of transport. This building became the Meikle Ferry Inn and more recently its name was changed to the Dornoch Bridge Inn. Again a reflection of changes in communications.
See also picture #202
Picture added on 23 July 2004
My mum, sister and brother-in-law now own the Dornoch Bridge Inn. It is a bit run down but on its way up.
Added by Gary Burford on 05 September 2007
I remember when it was a family house, and then a restaurant. My friend lived at a railway cottage just up from where the left corner of the picture is.
Added by S Abdelnour on 22 September 2007
I am aware that a Arthur Combault Jennins was living here in 1891. He later lived at Carringtons Morangie Road Tain. I am researching the family with links to Milford on Sea Hampshire
Added by Sarah Clayson on 07 May 2017
My great Grandad and great Grandmother lived in this house. George and Catherine Christie. 1940s to early 60s I believe.
Added by Ian Gunn on 27 November 2018
I am still trying to make links with the Jennins family who lived at Carringtons more recently trading as a B&B.Has anyone any information of who are current residents of any history. many thanks Sarah Clayson Milford on Sea, Hampshire.
Added by Sarah Clayson on 03 December 2018
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