Photocopied extract from an architect’s design report regarding the repairs and conversion of the Old Barracks building at Hynish, 1990. Prepared by ARP Architects and Quantity Surveyors for The Hebridean Trust.
Colour photographs of the thatched houses at Sandaig in 1988. The row of houses and barns was renovated by the Hebridean Trust, using traditional marram grass, and opened to the public as a museum. It closed in 2010 and was sold into private ownership. It has since been renovated again and the roofs replaced with reed thatch and black felt.
Colour brochure about the Thatched Cottage Museum at Sandaig, produced after the buildings had been restored by The Hebridean Trust and made open to the public around 1995. Contains information on construction and the layout of the house, byre and barn, and tools found therein. The museum was closed and sold into private ownership in 2010.
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Photograph of Lachie MacFarlane, Hynish, with Mike Stanfield of the Hebridean Trust in the early 1990s
Colour photograph of (L-R) Lachie MacFarlane (b. 1920), Hynish, standing with Mike Stanfield of the Hebridean Trust at Hynish in the early 1990s. Signed “To Lachie with best wishes and thanks, Mike”.
Photograph of HRH Princess Anne speaking with locals at the opening of the Hynish Centre in 1991.
Colour photograph of HRH Princess Anne speaking with (L-R) Mike Stanfield of the Hebridean Trust, Ian Whyte of the Hydro Board, and Mrs & Mr Lachie MacFarlane of Hynish, at the opening of the Hynish Centre in May 1991.
Photocard of the thatched house that was to become the Thatched Cottage Museum, Sandaig.
Colour photo postcard showing Taigh Mòr Bhig, The Terrace, Sandaig, when it was a dwelling house in 1976, and before it became a ruin and was bought by the Hebridean Trust in 1989 to be re-built and opened as The Thatched Cottage Museum in the 1990s. It later closed and was sold in 2010.
Hebridean Trust newsletter, Spring 2008
Hebridean Trust newsletter, Spring 2008. Articles and photographs about Treshnish Isle seabird survey, archaeological digs by Glasgow University on the Treshnish Isles, Raleigh International expedition to help clean Tiree`s beaches, artwork by J Morton Boyd, solar powered lights on the Treshnish Isles, Hynish Centre refurbishment, Hebridean Trust housing, Accommodation on Tiree. Photographs include Monica Smith and Janet Mackintosh
Leaflet `The Hynish Heritage Trail`.
Information leaflet about the Hynish complex by the Hebridean Trust.
Audio cassette recording of BBC Reidio nan Gaidheal programme recorded in 2001.
Recording of BBC Rèidio nan Gàidheal programme about (side A) with Kenneth MacIver and Morag MacDonald touring with Ailig MacArthur to Heylipol, the radar station at West Hynish where they talk to Roddy Campbell, Tiree High School where they talk to pupils John Angus MacKinnon, Iona Brown and Karen MacKinnon and teacher Flora MacPhail, to Gott and Donald MacIntyre, crofter, horse-breeder, blacksmith and boat-builder; (side B) Kenneth and Morag talk to crofters Archie Brown and Jean MacCallum, to Dr John Holliday about An Iodhlann, to Maggie Campbell about her fieldwork, to Josie Brown and John MacKinnon about the Hynish Centre. Clàr BBC Rèidio nan Gàidheal program (taobh A) le Coinneach ’ic Iomhair agus Mòrag Dhòmhnallach air chuairt le Ailig ’ic Artair as a’ Chruairtean gu Stèisean an Reudar anns na Cuiltean far an robh iad a’ còmhradh ri Ruairidh Caimbeul, gu Ard Sgoil Thiriodh far an do bhruidhinn iad ri sgoilearan agus an tidsear Fionnghal Nic Phàil, gu Gott agus Dòmhnall Mac an t-Saoir, croitear, fear àrach eich, gobha agus fear togail sgòthan; (taobh B) tha Coinneach agus Mòrag a’ bruidhinn ris na croitearan Èairdsidh Mhic’IlleDhuinn agus Sìne Nic Chaluim, ris an Dotair Holliday mun Iodhlann, ri Magaidh Chaimbeul mun obair aice agus ri Josie Nic’IlleDhuinn agus Iain ’ic Fhionghain mu thogalaichean Haoidhnis.