Black & white photograph of loading cattle on to the Kerrera ferry around 1968. L-R: ferryman, Mairi MacFadyen, Lachie MacFadyen (Caoles), John MacFadyen. Cattle were penned on the slipway and walked onto the boat at high tide. The boat was and then towed across to the mainland.
Minidisk recording of Lachie MacFadyen of Caoles talking to Maggie Campbell on 4/7/2007.
Lachie MacFadyen of Caoles talks to Maggie Campbell in July 2007 about the Tiree Rural Development to Orkney, how Orkney compare with Tiree, the crofting techniques practised there, the famous bere barley mill, their religious beliefs and the Italian Chapel decorated by Italian POWs.
Audio cassette recording of Lachie MacFadyen of Caoles talking to Maggie Campbell in 2000.
Lachie MacFadyen of Caoles talks to Maggie Campbell in 2000 about his work as a shepherd on a large estate at Crianlarich, about bringing the sheep in from the hills for lambing, dipping and shearing, sheep’s wool and its uses, the ailments of sheep, the importance of sheep dogs and their training, the changes in transporting animals and where they winter, the weather in Crianlarich, sales in Tiree and the differences between working there and here.