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TITLE
Bracadale Free Church, Skye
EXTERNAL ID
HC_PLANNING_08_022_1344
PLACENAME
Struan
DISTRICT
Skye
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Bracadale
DATE OF IMAGE
28 May 1982
PERIOD
1980s
CREATOR
T. Kenneth MacKenzie
SOURCE
The Highland Council Planning Department
ASSET ID
15839
KEYWORDS
church
Skye
Bracadale Free Church, Skye

Bracadale Free Church, also known as Struan Free Church, is situated in the small community of Struanmore in the parish of Bracadale, Skye. The village lies on the north side of a small inlet off Loch Bracadale called Loch Beag. The B listed, simple rectangular two bay church is harled and has tall round-headed windows with multi-pane glazing in the south elevation. The door is central to the east gable and there are a further two windows on the north elevation. The original interior remains intact. This includes a gallery on three sides, supported by plain cast-iron columns, which enables the church to accommodate up to six hundred people. A manse is situated close by.

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Bracadale Free Church, Skye

INVERNESS: Bracadale

1980s

church; Skye

The Highland Council Planning Department

The Highland Council Planning Dept

Bracadale Free Church, also known as Struan Free Church, is situated in the small community of Struanmore in the parish of Bracadale, Skye. The village lies on the north side of a small inlet off Loch Bracadale called Loch Beag. The B listed, simple rectangular two bay church is harled and has tall round-headed windows with multi-pane glazing in the south elevation. The door is central to the east gable and there are a further two windows on the north elevation. The original interior remains intact. This includes a gallery on three sides, supported by plain cast-iron columns, which enables the church to accommodate up to six hundred people. A manse is situated close by.