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Another great high quality video but I have one wee request to Mr Clark, could you please slow down when you are turning round, I'm getting seasick and dizzy when you go to fast! Well done though, as I've said before it gives a whole new perspective to the town. It's fascinating to see the route the river takes and how much it starts to bend from the old cemetery onwards.It's interesting to see how much building has gone on out at Lochloy, I suppose because it's off the main drag we don't notice so much and the size of the ongoing development has just crept up on us. The houses seem to very densely packed compared to places like Boathpark, Queenspark and Broadhill.
These videos are very refreshing to watch, with the different perspective it gives. Well done, Does Mr Clarke do requests for the tradespark area?
Hi,I also agree in the speed that the camera rotates being too fast, I will do fresh ones of the following;Harbour and Beach, Riverside, Showfield, Sandown, Both Golf Clubs & the far end of the East Beach.Hopefully I will get them posted by the start of the week, dependant on the weather conditions!Glad that you appreciate the perspective that it gives of the town.
Thank you Mr Clark for considering my tradespark request, I will very much look forward to seeing your finished edition. :-)
Thank-you for your footage of the River and Broadhill. My Granny and Grandad Morrison lived at 6 Dunbar Ave in the 1940's and 1950's so I remember going down the Khyber to the river, when the Khyber was nothing but sand, never thinking I would go through the real Khyber Pass in 1971. My Mum and Dad, Clarry and Bill Morrison, moved to Toronto in 19962 and I moved to Melbourne, Australia in 1972. I would love to hear from anyone who remembers me or our family.THanks for causing me to recall happy times in Nairn.Kay Hodge (nee Morrison).
Hi Kay, do you go on Facebook, the place to connect with old friends etc is a facebook page called "Nairn when you were a bairn" I'm sure you will love it on those pages.
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