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TITLE
Old Canisbay Kirk, John O' Groats
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_1604
PLACENAME
Canisbay
DISTRICT
Caithness - Northern
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
CAITHNESS: Canisbay
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
33521
KEYWORDS
postcards
Caithness
churches
kirk
kirks
memorials
Old Canisbay Kirk, John O' Groats

Postcard of Canisbay Church.

Canisbay is a small, scattered community. It's nineteenth century church is used occasionally by the Royal Family as it is not far from the Castle of Mey which was formerly owned by the Queen Mother.

The church is the most northerly parish church in mainland Scotland. Inside is a memorial to Jan de Groot who started a ferry service to Orkney in 1496.

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Old Canisbay Kirk, John O' Groats

CAITHNESS: Canisbay

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Postcard of Canisbay Church.<br /> <br /> Canisbay is a small, scattered community. It's nineteenth century church is used occasionally by the Royal Family as it is not far from the Castle of Mey which was formerly owned by the Queen Mother.<br /> <br /> The church is the most northerly parish church in mainland Scotland. Inside is a memorial to Jan de Groot who started a ferry service to Orkney in 1496.