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Lossiemouth, Scotland

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This will show it's relative position from Inverness, Elgin and Aberdeen
and you can then zoom in to go down to street map level.

Lossie is a fun place! - Welcome to Lossiemouth

Lossiemouth Street Map

Moray Golf Club


The above is the opening paragraph from this publication and we hope it will inspire the locals in Lossiemouth to take up the challenge of telling us of their life in Lossiemouth in the 21st century before they pass away.

This project is designed to look at Lossiemouth and the surrounding area in minute detail.  It comes out of my many years of researching Scottish history where many small details of life in Scotland are very difficult to find.  At the end of the day this project can only happen where the local population gets involved.  While this project will show what life is like in Lossiemouth it will become an historical record for future generations to learn from.

100 years ago we didn't have mobile phones or Internet or Televisions or computers or motor cars. Who knows where we'll be in another 100 years. Perhaps we'll have a chip in our brains so we won't need to carry mobile phones or computers.  So all I'm trying to do is put a marker down on how we live our life today and so hopefully the people in Lossiemouth will tell us something about themselves as they live today so that in 100 or more years we'll be able to show people how we lived then.

It is the illusion of each generation that what is well-known and definite today will always be so. Hence, records are inadequate and incompletely kept; important letters are destroyed; precautions against fire are not taken; and of course the duplication of documents is held to be superfluous. In another decade or two there will be hardly any one living who will remember much of the previous generation. And thus this is the reason for this project.

This page will be updated as we get more content so it's basic layout simply reflects the lack of information we have available at this time.

And so if you can help in anyway please get in touch. Our major traffic is through the USA - 43%, UK - 21%, Canada - 10% and Australia and New Zealand - 7.5%.

From the Press & Journal Newspaper

What's New
Check this page out to see what's been added recently.
Lossiemouth Forums
Here is where you can post messages about anything to do with Lossiemouth. Note: You need to be a member of the community to be able to post messages but it is free to join and free to view.

History of Lossiemouth
From the "History of the Province of Moray" by Lachlan Shaw (1882)
From the Scottish Gazetteer
Agriculture in the area
From The Agriculture of the Counties of Elgin and Nairn in the
Transactions of the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland
Town Council Seal
From The Town Council Seals of Scotland
People of Lossiemouth
This is where we profile people of Lossiemouth
Visitors Memories of Lossiemouth
A selection of memories of folk that have visited Lossiemouth
Poems by Lossiemouth people
Stories by Lossiemouth people
This is where we are posting pictures of Lossiemouth
Records of Elgin
Compiled by William Cramond, M.A., LL.D., FSA Scot.
Social Life in Former Days
Chiefly in the Province of Moray by E Dunbar Dunbar (1865)
External Web Sites
These are sites that are mainly involved with the Lossiemouth area
daughter Marian has prepared this wee flyer in pdf format.
Fishing Industry
Here we document the fishing industry in Lossiemouth with lots of pictures.
Lossiemouth Museum
Some pictures of the museum
Ramsey MacDonald
Heritage Trail
Moray Information Guide 2016/17 (pdf)
Our thanks to Alan Cowie of Lossiemouth for delivering this to us in Canada.

The Walk starts off down at the harbour and shows you some of the shops, bars and restaurants.

Lossiemouth Scotland at The Beach Bars, Restaurants, Hotels


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