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TITLE
Poll Creadha and Camusterrach
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_5955
PLACENAME
Camusterrach
DISTRICT
Lochcarron
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Applecross
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
37592
KEYWORDS
photograph
Highlands
Applecross Peninsula
Applecross
Poll Creadha
Camusterrach
settlements
anchorages
sailing
fishing
Poll Creadha and Camusterrach

This photograph, taken in the early twentieth century, shows the anchorage at Poll Creadha looking across to the small settlement of Camusterrach, on the Applecross Peninsula. A popular anchorage for sailing boats, Poll Creadha translates as 'clay pool.' Camusterrach is a fishing community and is located two miles from Applecross village.

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Poll Creadha and Camusterrach

ROSS: Applecross

photograph; Highlands; Applecross Peninsula; Applecross; Poll Creadha; Camusterrach; settlements; anchorages; sailing; fishing

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This photograph, taken in the early twentieth century, shows the anchorage at Poll Creadha looking across to the small settlement of Camusterrach, on the Applecross Peninsula. A popular anchorage for sailing boats, Poll Creadha translates as 'clay pool.' Camusterrach is a fishing community and is located two miles from Applecross village.