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City Seen Flashback: Snaps from a night out in Inverness in 2018


By Federica Stefani

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Farewell night for Anupom Bhargava (centre) from former and present staff at Kingsmill Hotel. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Farewell night for Anupom Bhargava (centre) from former and present staff at Kingsmill Hotel. Picture: Gary Anthony.

Another Sunday, another round of archive pictures: this time, we take you back to a night out in the Highland Capital in 2018.

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Abbie McAdie (2nd right) enjoy her 20th birthday with friends. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Abbie McAdie (2nd right) enjoy her 20th birthday with friends. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Eilidh Petrie (right) hits the town on her 20th birthday bash. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Eilidh Petrie (right) hits the town on her 20th birthday bash. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Emily Reid soon to be Mackenzie with her hens. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Emily Reid soon to be Mackenzie with her hens. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Staff of Mothercare Eastfield Way on a bonding night out. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Staff of Mothercare Eastfield Way on a bonding night out. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Lorraine Knox (centre) on her 50th birthday. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Lorraine Knox (centre) on her 50th birthday. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Karin Nairne (centre) on her 50th birthday celebration. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Karin Nairne (centre) on her 50th birthday celebration. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Highland Rugby Club on bad shirt night out. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Highland Rugby Club on bad shirt night out. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Bride to be Jenn MacQueen (centre). Picture: Gary Anthony.
Bride to be Jenn MacQueen (centre). Picture: Gary Anthony.
Sophie MacFarlane (centre,front) says farewell before going to study History in New York. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Sophie MacFarlane (centre,front) says farewell before going to study History in New York. Picture: Gary Anthony.

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