Object Type: map

2014.113.4

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.

2014.113.5

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.

2014.67.1

Map showing Land Settlement Schemes on Tiree, pre-1919 to 1939

Composite map produced by Bob Chambers in 2014, showing the major land areas affected by the Land Settlement Schemes administerd by the Board of Agriculture before 1919 and on privately owned land during 1919-1939, newholdings and enlarged holdings. Also includes Bob`s covering letter and CD of map and other repated plans (2014.67.2-7). Also held on computer/Digital Documents.

 

 

 

 

© Bob Chambers

2014.67.3

Map of Baugh Farm, 1913

Map drawn up by the Board of Agriculture in 1913 showing the proposed subdivision of part of Baugh Farm under the Land Settlement Schemes.

© National Archives of Scotland

2014.67.5

Map of proposed small holdings, Hough, 1913

Map of Hough drawn-up in 1913 to show areas to be divided into small holdings and common grazings, and an enlargement of holding for John Kennedy, as part of the Land Settlement Schemes.

© National Archives of Scotland

2014.56.1

Hand-painted copy of the Turnbull Map 1768 of Tiree, made in 1864

Original, full-sized, exact copy of the Turnbull 1768 map held at Inveraray Castle, hand-painted by cartographer James Ferguson in 1864 at the request of the Duke of Argyll. Kept on Tiree at Island House, Heylipol, by Captain Short, the last Steward of the Duke of Argyll, and then at Keeper’s Cottage, the factor’s house at Scarinish. Size 134 x 220 cm. ON PERMANENT LOAN from Argyll Estates.

2014.41.1

Annotated OS map of Coll and Tiree, 1947-1951

1947 Ordnance Survey map of Coll and Tiree used by David Renfrew (Glasgow) during a visit to Tiree with his girlfriend and her parents in 1951. The map is annoted with straight lines and crosses for “ship 1”, “ship 2” and “ship 3” across the sea between Tiree, Coll and the Treshnish Isles, the purpose of which are unknown.