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Norman Buchanan and friends Peggy Buchanan (Peigi Dhomhnaill an Shaighdear) 6 Kneep, Catherine Smith (Catriona Dhomhnaill a Ghobha) 30 Valtos, Norman Buchanan (Tarmod Sham) 8 Valtos, Katie Ann Buchanan (Ceitidh Ann) 6 Kneep, Annie Buchanan (Anna... 88388
Scaliscro from the air Scaliscro from the air 88684
Shore at Strome 89504
Cairn? at Traigh na Cille, Pabbay Possibly a cairn at the south end of Traigh na Cille. 89509
Cairn? at Traigh na Cille, Pabbay Possibly a cairn at the south end of Traigh na Cille. 89510
Kiln on Pabbay 89457
Ruined houses on Pabbay 89459
Shell Midden, Pabbay 89465
St Peter's Church, Pabbay 89460
St Peter's Church, Pabbay 89461
St Peter's Church, Pabbay 89462
Donald Maciver Donald Maciver, schoolteacher from Carnish who wrote "An Ataireachd Ard". 90273
Sailors from Bernera during WW1 A studio photograph of six sailors; Back l-r ? , John Mackenzie "an t-Olach" 8 Breaclete, Donald Macaulay "Domhnall Iain ic Amhlaidh", 17 Kirkibost. Front l-r ? , ? , Kenneth Macaulay "Domhnall Ruadh Phiri", 12 later1... 84980
A Kirkibost group at No 17 At 17 Kirkibost are; L-r John Macaulay 17 Kirkibost holding his son Norman, Norman Smith (Tormod Thotarol) 18 Kirkibost, Norman Macdonald 14 Kirkibost, Donald Macaulay (Giullam) 17 Kirkibost, Christina Macaulay 17... 83674
Group at 17 Kirkibost Standing outside 17 Kirkibost are; Back L-r Chrissie 'Cairstiona Nice' 1 Hacklete, Chrissie Campbell nee Macaulay 1 Hacklete, Donald Macaulay 17 Kirkibost, Murdani Mackenzie 12 Hacklete, Donald Macaulay, Norman Angus... 83671
1 Enaclete 89623
Millstone in progress This half-hewn millstone is still attached to the ground at Gannstotl, Geshader. It would have been destined for one of horizontal mills in the area, before work was halted. 87445
Houses on 1 Ungeshader In the foreground, the Morrison blackhouse at 1 Ungeshader. Behind, the newer house on 1 Ungeshader, which belonged to the Macleods; it abuts their old blackhouse and byre, which are roofless but still used for shelter. 89665
The kiln at Ungeshader The kiln at Ungeshader 89675
Landing stage stonework Stonework on the landing stage used by the Macleods at 1 Ungeshader 89663
Ungeshader mill, detail Detail of the remains of the Ungeshader mill, showing the millstone in situ. 89666
The Ungeshader mill The Ungeshader mill. The burn normally flows beside it (to the right of the photograph, just visible) but could be diverted to flow directing into the back of the mill. 89667
The Ungeshader mill The Ungeshader mill. The burn normally flows beside it (to the right of the photograph, just visible) but could be diverted to flow directing into the back of the mill. 89667
Ungeshader mill and watercourse The Ungeshader mill, showing the watercourse. When in spate, the burn could be diverted towards to the top of the picture to power the mill. Dams on two lochs were used to control the flow of water. 89669
Slipway at Ungeshader The slipway at Ungeshader, next to the house at No 1. 89670
Slipway at Ungeshader The slipway at Ungeshader, next to the house at No 1. 89670
Cnoc na mi-Chomhairle According to tradition Cnoc na mi-Chomhairle, on the croft at 8 Kirkibost, is where Domhnall Cam killed John Roy Mackay/Macphail from Bragar. 86069
Baile na Cille Church 90160
Baile na Cille Church 90161
Aerial view of the churches at Miavaig Miaviag from the air. The Church of Scotland has the paved carpark; the Free Presbyterian the smaller sandy carpark, with the manse behind. The house to the left was previously the police house and then the post office. 88674

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