Photograph of a scultpure of Skerryvore Lighthouse in Bournemouth in 2013
Colour photograph of a sculpture of Skerryvore Lighthouse in the Skerryvore Memorial Gardens in Bournemouth, dedicated to author Robert Louis Stevenson who lived there at 61 Alum Chine Road, Westbourne, Bournemouth, and named the house `Skerryvore` in honour of his family of lighthouse engineers who built Skerryvore and the pier and buildings at Hynish.
Printed photograph of the original plan of Hynish Point held in the archives at Inveraray Castle. Formed part of Stevenson`s engineering plans for building Skerryvore Lighthouse. Photographed during a visit by Glenda Franklin in 2013. Digital copy stored on An Iodhlann computer.
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.
Photograph of brothers Iain and Lachie MacFarlane in school uniform in 1960.
Colour photograph of brothers (L-R) Iain and Lachie MacFarlane, Hynish, in school uniform dated 8th Oct. 1960. Uniform: grey shorts, navy blazer with badge, white shirt, marroon tie, white and marroon-edged v-neck blue/grey woolen.
Photograph of Alastair MacNeill, Hynish, digging for lug worms in the 1970s
Colour still captured from a cine film of Alastair MacNeill (senior), Hynish, digging for lug worms for rock fishing on An Cladach Arrabach, Hynish, in the 1970s. Original stored with letter from Alastair MacNeill, Berwick, in filing cabinet 9 drawer 4.