Wednesday, 19 July 2017
Old Photograph Caigenhouses Isle Of Jura Scotland
Old photograph of Caigenhouses, Isle of Jura, Scotland. The row of old cottages to the right of the double storey houses are known as Caigenhouses. It used to be known as Mariner's Row for the ten or more Jura master mariners who are known to have lived there. Most of Jura is inaccessible by car. The only metalled road on the island runs 25 miles round the south coast from Feolin and ends at Lealt, about two thirds of the way up the east coast. The road is single track with passing places all the way and the surface is reasonable as far as Craighouse.
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