Friday, 8 January 2016

Old Photograph Cladach Chairinish North Uist Outer Hebrides Scotland

Old photograph of a thatched cottage at Cladach Chairinish, North Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland. North Uist is the tenth largest Scottish island and the thirteenth largest island surrounding Great Britain. It has an area of 117 square miles, slightly smaller than South Uist. North Uist is connected by causeways to Benbecula via Grimsay, to Berneray, and to Baleshare. With the exception of the south east, the island is very flat, and covered with a patchwork of peat bogs, low hills and lochans, with more than half the land being covered by water.



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