An Eriskay pony stands beside the memorial to John Lorn Stewart just outside Arinagour
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- One of the many beautiful white sand beaches on the west coast of Coll
- The First Port of Coll restaurant,in Arinagour,the only village on Coll and home to half of the island's population of roughly 180
- Fishing boats in the moored in the small harbour of Arinagour,the only village on Coll and home to half of the island's population of roughly 180,with the Coll Hotel behind
- The church in Arinagour,the only village on Coll and home to half of the island's population of roughly 180
- The whitewashed cottages of Arinagour,the only village on Coll and home to half of the island's population of roughly 180
- Memorial in the graveyard near Duart Castle. Inscription reads Alexander Carmichael Esq,Tacksman of Beach Mull,who died 27th May 1859 Aged 49 years. Memorial comprises a stone sculpture of a shrouded urn and a hand holding the inscription.
- The two Breachacha Castles stand at the head of Loch Breachacha. The older castle seen on the right was built in the fifteenth century and once a MacLean clan stronghold. Teh new castle was built around 1750. It was here that Boswell and Dr. Johnson stayed on their tour of the Hebrides when they were forced to take refuge after a storm.
- Breachacha Castle,built in the fiteenth century and once a MacLean clan stronghold.
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- Detail of standing stone & intricate patterns within rock formation at sunset at Callanish. An ancient stone circle dating back to Neolithic times,Callanish is the most dramatic prehistoric site in the Hebrides and is sometimes referred to as the Stonehenge of Scotland
- A boy flies a kite on one of Coll's many beaches
- A thatched Blackhouse or traditional cottage
- A tour Bus proceeds along Princes Street,the main thoroughfare in Edinburgh beneath the Castle Walls.
- The statue of Robert the Bruce,at the Bruce Monument at Bannockburn. This commemorates his 1314 victory over the English.