Colour photograph showing the car deck of the Lord of the Isles ferry at Gott Bay pier in June 1992. In the foreground is the lift on which vehicles were taken on board. In the background is the roll-on roll-off pier extension under construction. (Original stored in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1)
Collection of five colour photographs showing the Lord of the Isles ferry and construction of the roll-on roll-off jetty at Gott Bay pier in 1992. One photo is digitised and accessioned separately: 2015.33.5.
Collection of 18 postcards of photographs of Tiree, 1920-1960
Collection of 18 original postcards showing photographed scenes from Tiree, some of which are used and stamped. Most are duplicates of existing archive items. Six scanned and accessioned separately (V121-V126).
Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 436, 21/02/2009
Local news: plans for windfarm off Tiree; WWII soldier remembers building a jetty at Balephetrish Bay; Mainly Music; Road Equivalent Tariff (RET) discussions; Gordon Scott`s Everest trek; Tiree Trust discuss offshore windfarm proposals; SWRI meeting; Cobbled Cow café under new management; RSPB information; livestock sale results; Edinburgh moonwalk.
Life belt from the ferry `Loch Seaforth`
Red and white, circular life belt from the ferry `Loch Seaforth` that sank alongside Gott pier in 1973 after hitting rocks in Gunna Sound.
Pier log book 1869/70
Hardback log book of names, freight and charges for the ferry and pier at Scarinish Harbour from 27th Dec. 1869 to 21st Nov 1870. Ferries named are Clydesdale, Staffa and Clansman. Entries handwritten in script using fountain pen and pencil. (possibly from Skye – Donald Meek pers. comm. 2014)