Colour photograph of the crew of the dipping lug-sail boat ‘Eilean Thiriodh’, holding a prize cup outside the ‘Lean-to’ bar of the Scarinish Hotel, after winning in the Tiree Regatta around 2000. The ‘Eilean Thiriodh’ was made in Barcaldine in 1998, and won several Tiree Regattas.
The Scots Magazine, June 1965, with an article about Tiree and its people ‘Island of Prosperous Crofters’ by Campbell K Finlay. Includes photographs of Scarinish Harbour: A D Brown, Tobermory (merchant to Tiree); Margaret Brown, Vaul; Malcolm M MacLean, Salum; A H MacPhail, Clachan; A G H Bruton, Lodge Hotel; Travee; coastal cliffs; croft house, Scarinish; Parkhouse, Balephetrish; L J MacFadyen, Kenovay; J L MacInnes, Salum; W MacPhee, gamekeeper; Balephetrish road. Also mentioned in text: Walter Hume, the Reef & An Fhaodhail, primary schools, boarded-out children, island house, sheep, bulb-growing, cottars, income, crofters’ war, snipe shooting, tourism, fishing.
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Scale model of a dipping lug-sail boat the ‘Islean Thiriodh’ built for David Hepburn, Scarinish and Oban, by an “old” east coast fisherman, and based on David’s boat the ‘Eilean Thiriodh’ which was built by Colin Evans, Barcaldine, in 1998. The Eilean Thiriodh won several races in the Tiree Regattas.
Souvenir teaspoon from Mona MacDonald’s shop in Scarinish in the 1930s. Made of Sheffield bilchrome. Red and blue enamel Tiree Association crest on end of handle.