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Fresh local produce

Located in the city center of Inverness, along Beauty Firth on the east coast of the Scottish Highlands, the Victorian market was built in 1870 but was destroyed by fire in 1889 (apparently because of the gas that was used by the town to light the stores). It was rebuilt immediately, with new access from Church Street to enable the addition of a large covered market hall. Here you'll find fresh local produce, while in the gallery there are shops. A small model train runs continuously above your heads in the market!


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