Black & white photograph of the shore at Caoles looking across to the islands of Gunna and Coll. Taken by archaeologist George Holleyman FSA, when he was stationed at RAF Tiree in 1941-43.
Photograph of Christine MacDonald, Scarinish, receiving a Silk Cut Nautical Award in 1991
Black & white photograph of Christine MacDonald (MacClounnan, nee MacFarlane) receiving a Silk Cut Nautical Award at the Dorchester Hotel in London in 1991. Christine rescued her boyfriend Kenneth MacLounnan, Balephuil, when the fishing boat `Travee`, skippered by Kevan Brown, Balephuil, sank in Gunna Sound in 1991. (see also newspaper cuttings 2012.74.1 and award 2012.74.2).
Extract from Origines Parochiales Scotiae – Coll, 1854
Scanned copy of an extract from `Origines Parochiales Scotiae – The Antiquities ecclesiastical and territorial of the parishes of Scotland` for the Parish of Coll, including Gunna.
Section of sub-sea power cable between Tiree & Gunna
Section of the sub-sea power cable that conducts electricity to Tiree from the mainland. The section was cut from between Gunna and Tiree when the power cable was broken and replaced in 2011. Three-phase current at 11,000 volts (compared with the Islay cable which operates at 33,000 volts). Yellow and black outer sheath, inner protection of ring of steel wires, followed by ring of lead insulation around inner electrical cable of three copper cores. Includes hand-drawn annoted section.
Book “To the Islands”
Hard-back book “To the Islands” by the archaeologist Professor Steven Mithen, University of Reading, about his years of searches for evidence of prehistoric communities in the Hebridean islands. Includes Tiree, Gunna and Coll in chapters 12-14 & 19. Signed by the author with a note to Dr John Holliday, An Iodhlann.
Photocopied photograph from the `Bulletin` of wreck of the `Tapti`, with printout of webpage from Mallaig Heritage Centre.
Photograph of the wreck of MV `Tapti` at Gunna in January 1951 publiched in the `Bulletin`; printout of webpage from Mallaig Heritage Centre about the `Tapti`.
Photocopied article from the West Highland & Island Historical Research `Notes & Queries` about Adamnan.
Article about the location of Adamnan`s Hinba which was possibly Gunna.
Archaeological survey and evaluation of Port na Cille, Gunna.
Archaeological survey and evaluation of Port na Cille, Gunna carried out Glasgow University Archaeological Research Division in 1997.