Scoraig Community Association (6)

1953

Aerial photo of Scoraig in 1953, with very few trees. See full picture below. In the foreground is the School (bottom left) which has changed very little.

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Scoraig book

Scoraig - A peninsula and its people James MacGregor’s amazing new book about Scoraig. The Ullapool Bookshop "A tribute has been written to the residents of a tough and isolated Highland community which was finally abandoned in the 1960s. Author and naval architect James MacGregor…

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The Lighthouse

A couple of photos of the lighthouse/museum on Scoraig. The Lightouse (built in the 1950s) was moved from Cailleach Head to a site beside the track to Achmore when a new lighthouse was commissioned. Some of the displays Location of lighthouse at the Achmore track.

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History

Scoraig history, archaeology & stories - a closer look Written by Cathy Dagg, an archaeologist who has crofted on Scoraig for thirty years. Scoraig is an exposed finger of land sticking out into the sea, with no sheltered straths, good arable ground or flowing…

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Walking in to Scoraig

You can walk from Badrallach. Please do not attempt to drive this route as this causes the locals a lot of problems rescuing people. Here is a review of this walk.

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Arrival on Scoraig

For information about walking to Scoraig see this link. The easier way is by boat from Badluarach Jetty IV23 2RA See map You might get a lift across the water from somebody. You will not find so much ferrying activity at low tides, so check…

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