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Portknockie in Moray

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Portknockie, Moray. The first houses were built here in 1677 by fishermen from Cullen who were attracted by the excellent natural harbour. A deep-water harbour was constructed in the late 19th century, and the place became one of the most flourishing of the Moray Firth herring ports. But it was hard hit by the depredations of foreign trawlers in the last years of the last century and in the first decades of this one and has now sadly declined. In this it has shared the fate of so much fishing in the island and inshore waters on the West coast of Scotland.

Nearby towns: Banff, Buckie, Keith

Nearby villages: Aberchirder, Arradoul, Auchenhalrig, Bogmoor, Boyndie, Broadley, Clochan, Cornhill, Cullen, Deskford, Dipple, Drybridge, Findochty, Fochabers, Fordyce, Garmouth, Gordonstown, Ianstown, Kingston, Mill of Tynet, Mosstodloch, Nether Dallachy, Newmill, Ordiquish, Portgordon, Portsoy, Rathven, Sandend, Spey Bay, Upper Dallachy

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