Tag Archives: transport

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2022.15.2

Commemorative colour photo postcard of the ferry ‘Lord of the Isles’ on its last call at Tobermory in 1998. The ‘Lord of the Isles was the last ferry link between Tobermory and Coll & Tiree. The reverse is signed by the captain, K. Cameron, and date-stamped at the Tobermory post office at 10.45 on 5 April 1998.

 

2021.53.82

Digitised copy of Account, the Duke of Argyll with Ramsay Williamson & Co, 1803-1804. Contains sums paid for kelp sales, wine, and for ‘going to Tiry and returning without a cargo’. There is no transcript for this item.

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From the archives of the Dukes of Argyll at Inveraray Castle, made available through the Written in the Landscape project.

2021.53.72

Digitised copy of Letter from Malcolm McLaurine, chamberlain of Tiree, to the Duke of Argyll, 10 Mar 1802. In this letter McLaurine discusses: timber claimed but not proved; sending a sample of wine from a cask lying in a barn; rents due; distilling; barley and coals; Clyde Packet; the island being cut off due to stormy weather; opening a weekly communication with the post office at Tobermory; the ground officer; methods to find a good school master; model of a wind miln [windmill]; poor enclosure on McLaurine’s farm. There is no transcript for this item.

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From the archives of the Dukes of Argyll at Inveraray Castle, made available through the Written in the Landscape project.

2020.64.1

Softback book ‘The Secret Island – towards a history of Tiree’, 2014. Published proceedings of a three-day conference held on Tiree by the Islands Book Trust in September 2013, with chapters by many authors on a wide variety of aspects of Tiree’s history and culture.

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2020.8.5

Softback book ‘Flight from the Croft’ by Bill Innes, 2019. Bill recounts his career as a pilot during the 1950s-1996, which included flying BEA passenger aircraft between the Scottish islands. Tiree and Captain David Barclay are mentioned on pages 31, 41, 72 & 73.

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