Home
Tiree
Map
Collections
News
Weather
About
Others
Contact

Tiree Images > Other Collections > Scarinish

Check out Scarinish Page 2
for more photographs

Remains of the Mary Stewart - Click to enlarge!
Remains of the Mary Stewart
- April 2005

Scarinish Hotel, Tiree - Click to enlarge!
Scarinish Hotel
- April 2005

  

Nearby Places:
Gott Bay Pier / Ferry

Houses Scarinish - Click to enlarge!
Scarinish, Isle of Tiree
- April 2005

Scarinish Harbour, Isle of Tiree - Click to enlarge!
Fishing boat, Scarinish
- April 2005

An Iodhlann - Click to enlarge!
An Iodhlann, Historical Centre
- April 2005

Houses Scarinish, Tiree - Click to enlarge!
Cottages, Scarinish
- April 2005

Fishing off Scarinish - Click to enlarge!
Fishing off Scarinish
- August 2006

Sea Tour returns to Scarinish - Click to enlarge!
Sea Tour returns
- August 2006

Across Gott Bay - Click to enlarge!
Scarinish
across Gott Bay - April 2005

Leaving Scarinish Harbour - Click to enlarge!
Leaving Scarinish Old Harbour
- August 2005

Scarinish (Gaelic Sgairinis) is the main township on the Isle of Tiree. Here you will find the post office, a supermarket, butcher's shop, police station, museum and the Scarinish Hotel offering Tiree accommodation overlooking the old harbour above. This harbour was built in 1771 and until the 1960's the ferry from mainland Scotland operated from here. Now several fishing boats and tourist sea trips use it. The Scarinish Hotel opened in 1801 and the post office in 1803. On an 1882 Ordnance Survey map both are clearly shown, the hotel quaintly marked as 'Temperance Hotel' - a reminder that for many years Tiree was 'dry' ie. no alcohol was sold on the island.

An Iodhlann (Gaelic for stackyard) is the community archive and museum for Tiree, this was originally built as a ferry passenger shelter. Here they have collected 1000s of relevant historical items and is a 'must visit' for any island tourist.

These images are strictly copyright. You must not use these anywhere without first seeking permission.

Tiree Images .com - Jim Murdoch © 2015