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Baile na Cille under snow Baile na Cille cemetery and Uig Sands, unusually under snow. Just before the cemetery, up against what is now the garden wall, are the remains of the thatched church that served the congregation before the new church... 88226
Angus and Duncan Macmillan, 23 Lemreway Two brothers, Angus and Duncan Macmillan, 23 Lemreway in military dress 86815
Breaclete village facing west A view of Breaclete looking west towards the Church and the school. The photograph was taken before Viewfield or the nurse's cottage was built 87179
Breaclete village facing east This photograph was taken from the main road and faces east towards Nos 1, 2 & 3 Breaclete. 87180
Breaclete fank Breaclete villagers at the shearing fank. The building beyond the stone wall is Bernera school. 86249
Breaclete village A view of Breaclete from the Kirkibost moor road. 88087
Breaclete Norse Mill Facing North- West, the Norse Mill in Breaclete with Loch Risay in the background 85710
Breaclete village A view of Breaclete from the croft at No 2 looking west 87176
Dun Stuigh Dun Stuigh in Croir with Little Bernera in the background. 87639
Croir Village Taken from the hill above No 8 are the houses at Nos 4, 5, 7 and 8 Croir 87185
Croir Village A view of Croir with Little Bernera in the background. 87186
Bernera War Memorial The war memorial, situated in the middle of Breaclete Village, was built shortly after the end of WW1 with money raised locally. It was unveiled by Angus Macdonald, 4 Lundale "Seaforth Highlanders" and Norman Macdonald... 88648
Bernera War Memorial The war memorial, situated in the middle of Breaclete Village, was built shortly after the end of WW1 with money raised locally. It was unveiled by Angus Macdonald, 4 Lundale "Seaforth Highlanders" and Norman Macdonald... 88648
Angus Macarthur's home in Bosta A view of Bosta on a misty day. The ruin in the foreground was once the home of Angus Macarthur whose family moved to No 1 Kirkibost. 87535
Winter Bothan The lower one of three bothans in Bosta used by Bernera fishermen. Little Bernera and Caolas are in the background. 84740
Macdonalds' (Nos 15 & 25 Kirkibost) houses in Bosta Located to the West of the Bosta dyke, with Loch na Muilne in the background, are the ruins of the houses used by Donald Macdonald "Domhnall Dubh" who later moved to No 25 Kirkibost and his brother Kenneth "Coinneach... 88888
Macdonalds' (Nos 25 & 15 Kirkibost) houses in Bosta To the West of the Bosta dyke are the ruins of the houses used by Donald Macdonald "Domhnall Dubh" and his brother Kenneth "Coinneach Ruadh" who later moved to Nos 25 and 15 Kirkibost respectively. 88889
The present house on croft 7, Geshader The present house on croft 7, Geshader. 85998
Kiln at Reithmir A ruin at Reithmir, known locally to have been a kiln, though whether for grain or kelp is unknown. A nearby placename indicates a seaweed connection, so although quite far from the shore, this may have been a place for... 87352
Day out for Marvig friends l-r: John Finlayson (Iain Sheonaidh), 8 Marvig (driver of bus); Neil Macleod (Niall Rob), 3 Calbost; Chrissie Ann Finlayson (Ciorstaidh Anna Dhollain), 2 Marvig; George Macdonald (Seoras Sheorais), 21 Marvig; Kenina... 87048
Marvig view Marvig view from above Croft 7. 88180
Ruins at 7 Marvig The ruins on 7 Marvig, childhood home of Donald Morrison (Domhnall Moil). 84565
Ruins at 7 Marvig The ruins on 7 Marvig, childhood home of Donald Morrison (Domhnall Moil). 84566
Post Office at 10 Marvig Post Office, No 10 Marvig, established by Ishbel Macfarlane in 1928, originally in her bedroom. 87069
The fishing fleet in Loch Marvig The fishing fleet in Loch Marvig. 87064
Marvig Bay Marvig Bay in Winter 88176
Above Marvig View above the southside of Marvig. 88175
Marvig Bay Marvig Bay looking across to Crossbost. 88177
Marvig Marvig from the meeting house. 88179
Balallan in the 1930s Photograph of Balallan taken in the 1930s. There were shops at 20, 20a and 21b Balallan towards the centre of the photograph 86637

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