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TITLE
M. V. St Ola entering Scrabster Harbour
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_1756
PLACENAME
Scrabster
DISTRICT
Caithness - Western
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
CAITHNESS: Thurso
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
33678
KEYWORDS
postcards
Caithness
piers
ports
harbours
ferries
ferry boats
M. V. St Ola entering Scrabster Harbour

Postcard showing M. V. St Ola entering Scrabster Harbour.

The M.V. St Ola was the ferry between Scrabster and Stromness.

Scrabster is the main port for Thurso and the North-East of Scotland. The pier was built in 1841 and by 1856 a ferry was running between Scrabster and Stromness, Orkney.

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M. V. St Ola entering Scrabster Harbour

CAITHNESS: Thurso

postcards; Caithness; piers; ports; harbours; ferries; ferry boats

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Postcard showing M. V. St Ola entering Scrabster Harbour.<br /> <br /> The M.V. St Ola was the ferry between Scrabster and Stromness.<br /> <br /> Scrabster is the main port for Thurso and the North-East of Scotland. The pier was built in 1841 and by 1856 a ferry was running between Scrabster and Stromness, Orkney.