Anorak | Fire Damaged Flat Is Crieff’s Top Tourist Attraction (Photos)

Fire Damaged Flat Is Crieff’s Top Tourist Attraction (Photos)

by | 31st, July 2011

THEY comes from as far as Dunblane to see the burnt out shell that was CeeGees fashion store and the flat above on Crieff High Street, Perthshire. It and the flat above were destroyed in the 7 June fire.

The place was deemd unsafe and pulled down. All that remains on view is a shelf stuffed with fire-retardant books a hi-fi, a blind, a pelmet, a mirror and oh, the irony an intact fireplace.

Says Steve Rodgers, who owns the Pretoria Bar opposite the destroyed building:

“It’s a daily occurrence. You see tourists and locals with their cameras. It’s becoming quite an attraction for folk. “I think it’s the mirror above the fireplace that people like.”

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