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Queen Elizabeth II at Iona Featured Western Isles Print

Queen Elizabeth II at Iona

The first reigning monarch to set foot on Iona for nearly a thousand years, Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Sir Charles Maclean is followed by Prince Philip and Princess Margaret as she walks from the jetty to the Abbey of Iona. Part of a royal tour of the Western Isles of Scotland in 1956. Date: 1956

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

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3rd September 1955: Two little boys head back to their remote house along a grassy track on the island of Lewis and Harris in the Outer Hebrides. Lewis and Harris are connected by an isthmus and considered to be a single island measuring 2, 134 square kilometres, which makes it the largest of the Western Isles. The island is 39 miles away from the Scottish mainland and separated by North Minch which may be crossed by ferry. Islanders mainly live by crofting and fishing although the hand-woven tweed made by Harris residents is renowned for its quality and is exported to customers all over the world. Original Publication: Picture Post - 7967 - The Crofters Isle - pub. 1955 (Photo by Bert Hardy/Picture Post/Getty Images)

The Broch of Clickimin, Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland Featured Western Isles Print

The Broch of Clickimin, Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland

The Broch of Clickimin broch (also Clickimin broch) - a large and well preserved (though somewhat restored') broch near Lerwick in Shetland, Scotland. The extant remains denote several periods of occupation of the site: Late Bronze Age farmstead, Early Iron Age farmstead, Iron Age fort period one (wall/blockhouse), Iron Age fort period two (plugging of the main entrance/landing stage), broch period, early wheelhouse settlement (inside the broch), late wheelhouse settlement (outside the broch). Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection