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TITLE
The Sgurr of Eigg
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_38011050210965_057
PLACENAME
Eigg
DISTRICT
Lochaber
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Small Isles
DATE OF IMAGE
1822
PERIOD
1820s
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31808
KEYWORDS
Inner Hebrides
Small Isles
topography
illustrations
drawings
The Sgurr of Eigg

Illustration of the Sgurr, or Scuir, of Eigg from the east. The Sgurr is a protrusion of volcanic rock that marks the highest point on the Isle of Eigg.

The drawing is taken from "Voyage to the Hebrides", published in 1822.

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The Sgurr of Eigg

INVERNESS: Small Isles

1820s

Inner Hebrides; Small Isles; topography; illustrations; drawings

Highland Libraries

Illustration of the Sgurr, or Scuir, of Eigg from the east. The Sgurr is a protrusion of volcanic rock that marks the highest point on the Isle of Eigg.<br /> <br /> The drawing is taken from "Voyage to the Hebrides", published in 1822.