29th April 2020

In_pictures In pictures: The ‘ghost-like’ streets of Inverness

In_pictures In pictures: The ‘ghost-like’ streets of Inverness

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in_pictures A runner on the city’s riversideImage copyright
PAUL CAMPBELL

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A solitary runner on the city’s riverside

Photographer Paul Campbell has been charting how his usually busy city has turned into a ghost town due to the coronavirus lockdown.

During the Easter school break Inverness would normally be bustling with local people and visitors – but Paul says there is instead a “ghost-like” quality to the city.

in_pictures A near-deserted riverside scene in the city centreImage copyright
PAUL CAMPBELL

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A near-deserted riverside scene in the city centre

in_pictures Millburn RoadImage copyright
PAUL CAMPBELL

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Millburn Road is usually one of the busiest roads in Inverness

in_pictures Rainbow colours in a windowImage copyright
PAUL CAMPBELL

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Residents have been supporting the effort to add cheerful rainbow colours to windows

in_pictures Shop closed signImage copyright
Paul Campbell

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A sign reinforces that it is no longer business as usual in the Highland capital

in_pictures Church signImage copyright
PAUL CAMPBELL

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Church services in Inverness have been cancelled, as they have across Scotland

in_pictures Discarded glovesImage copyright
PAUL CAMPBELL

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Disposable gloves are a common sight

in_pictures Boarded-up pubImage copyright
PAUL CAMPBELL

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Some premises, particularly pubs, have been boarded up

in_pictures Boarded-up pubImage copyright
PAUL CAMPBELL

All images copyright Paul Campbell

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