Colour photograph of a Nissan hut at the entrance to The Camp at Crossapol, in around 2000. Only the foundations of the Nissan hut remain. The Camp was the main site of RAF Tiree’s operations during WWII.
Colour postcard photograph of Am Baile Ur, Balephuil, from the beach in around 2020. Produced by Celtic Camera for Buth a’ Bhaile, Crossapol.
Softback book ‘Remote, Small but Essential’ by D J F Haselsteiner, 2021. A guide to 100 regional airports in Europe, including Tiree and Coll.
Short, tubular, brass spacer found on the shore at Sandaig in 2021, and presumed to be from the destroyer HMS Sturdy which was wrecked there in 1940.
Dark brown cobble with paler markings which resemble a map of Tiree. Found on the Salum shore by Donald Brown, Vaul, in 2020.
Plastic, battery operated, Fèis Thiriodh wall clock made in 2001, and which hung in An Iodhlann for 20 years.
MSc dissertation ‘Climate change in Scotland’s Inner Hebrides: a mixed methods evaluation of the effects of climate change on the Isle of Tiree: the land below the waves’ by Duncan Sinclair, August 2020. A digital copy of the full text is held by An Iodhlann.
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