Photocopy of a maritime map of Scotland, the Hebrides and Orkney islands, and the north of England and Ireland, dated 1583. Annotated in French and using Roman lettering. Tiree is labelled Terray. From an exhibition held in An Iodhlann in 1998.
Hand-drawn map of Tiree showing the locations of 15 aerial photographs taken around the island in 1998 (see 2016.54.1~15). Areas covered are: Kirkapol, Vaul, Ruaig, Cornaigmore, Cornaigbeg, Kenovay, Balephetrish, Caoles, Salum, Kennavara, Hough, Balevullin, Middleton, Kilkenneth, Moss, Baugh, Balemartine, Balinoe, Scarinish, Heanish and Hynish.
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Original hand-drawn map of the smaller section of Kirkapol Cemetery, An Cladh Beag, researched by Catriona Smyth in 2014-2015.
Original hand-drawn map of the larger section of Kirkapol Cemetery, An Cladh Mòr, researched by Catriona Smyth in 2014-2015.
Framed, printed map of Scotland showing old place-names, drawn in 1695 by Robert Morden. Includes later hand-written annotations. Originally published in ‘Camden’s Britannia’ 1695, with maps of English Counties and Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
Ordnance Survey Map of Coll, sheet XLIX, 1881
Map of Coll: Caoles and Gunna, at a scale of 6 inches to the mile (1:10,560), surveyed in 1878.
Ordnance Survey map of Coll, sheet L, 1881
Map of Coll: Crossapol Bay to Fiskarg, at a scale of 6 inches to the mile (1:10,560), surveyed in 1878.
Ordnance Survey map of Coll, sheet XXII, 1881
Map of Coll: Torastan to the Cairns of Coll, at a scale of 6 inches to the mile (1:10,560), surveyed in 1878.