Black and white photograph of Scarinish harbour.

Scarinish harbour, probably photographed in the 1930s. The building in the background known as Stòr a’ Phuirt was originally built as a church, used occasionally as a prison and latterly as a store by the owners of the Mary Stewart. It was pulled down to make roads during World War II.


Object Details

Other Number: A37
Normal Location: Photograph Shelves: photographs – A1-99
Current Location: normal location

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