Photos of Crieff High Street

Here are a few of the shops and other buildings on Crieff High Street, taken from October 2007 to 2012

There are a lot of traditional local shops, I've concentrated on these rather than the national "High Street" names, since those look fairly much the same wherever they are.

S Campbell - stationers Davidsons Chemist Clandragon - magic the Loft furniture shop Fishmongers Lava Rocks cafe Strathearn Herald office Java Lava coffee shop Paparazzi - restaurant Crieff Tourist Information office J L  Gill - traditional grocers McNees of Crieff - delicatessen Nutcracker Christmas shop Opticians, Crieff Oriental rugs Central Cafe Alan's Pet Shop Red Onion Bistro Snakatak Takeaway Gordon and Durward - Traditional Sweets Tower Bakery Turret - clothes shop Valentines - clothing Gallery and Cafe Strathearn Gallery fun junction toy shop Edinburgh Woollen Mill Royal China takeaway Crieff Ceramics Compliments clothing shop Drummond Arms Hotel The Golf Company House of Scotland - kilts, clothing, etc. Snip, Tack and Sew Bookies, Crieff There is still a Post Office on Crieff High Street Mike Sweeney's Barber Shop, Crieff Naismith's Barbers, Crieff Sam Park Abbi's Indian Tandoori, Crieff Hooked, angling shop in Crieff GeeGee's new shop Subway, Crieff Frank Thomsons Lounge, Crieff The Linen Chest Beeswax, Crieff Ellie's Cellar Little Stars, Crieff The Gurkha's Indian Restaurant Sari Sari, Crieff The Flowerbox gallery, (on Kings Street) JAS, Crieff

The following shops are no longer open in December 2011, but this is what they used to look like. GeeGee's burnt down in summer 2011, but I'm pleased to see it's reopened further down the High Street.

The Bank Restaurant, Crieff Victoria Wine off-licence with Thai restaurant above Paperland Craft shop GeeGee's Coffee Shop

If anyone wants me to remove a picture of their shop from this list, please email to sallyad@selfcateringcrieff.co.uk and I'll take it out straight away.