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Cabarfeidh Hotel The Cabarfeidh Hotel is located at Manor Park, Perceval Road South, Stornoway HS1 2EU.   111413
Caledonian Macbrayne Caledonian Macbrayne serving the West Coast of Scotland is the largest operator of passenger vessels flying the Red Ensign and currently runs 28 ferries on the Clyde and the islands from Arran in the south to Lewis in... 56109
Canadian Pacific Railway Founded in 1881, the Canadian Pacific Railway was intended to link the country across its wide expanse. Over the years it diversified into shipping and an airline.   Since 1986 the company has been known as Canadian... 104898
Charles Macleod, Butcher This butchery business was set up by Charles Menendez Macleod in Ropework Road, Stornoway in 1947.  45699
Charles Morrison & Son Charles Morrison came from Dornoch to Stornoway in the mid-19th century and established a ship's chandlers on Bank Street, known as Buth Thearlaich, which became widely known and appreciated. It eventually amalgamated... 43168
Chrysler/ Peugeot Car Plant 109820
Commercial Hotel, Stornoway The Sail Loft and former Commercial Hotel in Stornoway are rare, surviving remnants of an era when fishing and the herring industry was the economic foundation of the Western Isles. They are very significant... 120887
Crown Hotel, Castle Street, Stornoway The Crown Hotel is a small hotel situated on Castle Street, Stornoway. 109796
Cunard Line Cunard Line is a cruise company based at Southampton, England. Its history can be traced back to the British and North American Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, founded in 1838 by Samuel Cunard and others. The name was... 63951
Dugald Maclean, Butcher Dugald Maclean was a butcher with premises at Point Street, Stornoway. 45695
ENGIE ENGIE is a French multinational utility company. 119029
Easton, Gibb & Son Easton, Gibb & Son was a Scottish engineering firm, specialising in public works projects. In 1900, Alexander Gibb became the firm's chairman and managing director, taking over from his father. Under his... 43811
Fjord Seafood Scotland Limited Fjord Seafood Scotland Farming Limited is a dormant (as of May 2019) marine aquaculture company, with registered offices in Edinburgh. It was incorporated in 1982, and has undergone several changes of name and location... 114643
Ford River Rouge Complex The Ford River Rouge Complex is a Ford Motor Company automobile factory complex located in Dearborn, Michigan, along the Rouge River upstream from its confluence with the Detroit River at Zug Island. 112530
Hebrides Fish Ltd 12966
Hebrides Haulage This is a haulage business set up in 1976 by John M Macdonald, 26 Laxay with offices in Stornoway and Glasgow. 667
Highland Sea Harvest Ltd The share capital of Highland Sea Harvest Ltd was owned equally by Bernera Salmon Ltd, Risay Sea Farms Ltd and Ardmore Sea Farms Ltd. The sea-sites were: 1 Dubh Thob 2 Risay South 3 Risay West 4 Eilean Mor 5 Aird... 12973
Hilton's Shop This shop was situated  at 59 Cromwell Street, Stornoway. It was owned by a Mr Hilton from the mainland and he was married to Jackie Morrison's sister. The shop sold cycles and hats.    112279
Hudson's Bay Company The Hudson's Bay Company, founded by Royal Charter in 1670, is the oldest chartered trading company in the world. Its main interest for the first two centuries was the fur trade, controlled from its headquarters at York... 19868
Hugh Matheson's shop Hugh Matheson's shop was located on Francis Street, Stornoway 43165
J & J Tod Ltd J & J Tod Ltd of Leith was a wholesale provision merchants owned by Gilbert Archer. After the Great War, James Macdonald of Habost was a commercial traveller for the firm, which later opened premises at 10 Francis... 42659
J & P Coats, Paisley J & P Coats were a company involved in the manufacture of sewing and embroidery thread. 43769
James Macdonald Ltd James Macdonald, Habost, who ran various enterprises in Pairc, set up a tweed business in partnership with his former employer, Gilbert Archer of J & J Tod Ltd, wholesalers in Stornoway. The Macdonald factory set up... Yes 42657
John Alex Mackenzie, Haulage Contractor John Alex Mackenzie, Haulage Contractor, Laxay had the contract for gritting the roads at one time. 22648
John Brown’s Shipyard 120220
Kenneth Mackenzie & Co Ltd, Stornoway Kenneth Mackenzie is the oldest and biggest mill in Stornoway. The mills took over the production of yarn, dyeing and finishing tweed, while the weaving was and still is done on looms owned and used at home by weavers.... 48813
Keose Co-operative Ltd Keose Co-operative Ltd took over the former Alginate Industries factory at Tavay Island, Keose in 1980. 8984
Keose General Shop Angus Smith (1856-1934), opened a shop in Keose which was used not only by the village but also by the villagers across the water at Garyvard who would sail across the loch to buy their provisions. 8979
Keose Manse Shop Hector Ross Macrae (1901-1941) came to Keose in 1932 where he set up a shop in the Manse selling groceries and drapery. 8980
Loch Line Shipping The Loch Line of Glasgow, Scotland, was a group of ill-fated colonial clippers, whose sailing ships plied between the United Kingdom and Australia from 1867-1911. Of the twenty five ships in the Loch Line fleet, only... 112531

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