|A few of the landmarks|
|MV Isle of Lewis berthed at No 1 Pier|
We have three ferries here at the moment. I'l post about why on another occasion.
|Part of the South Beach Quay with the Lews Castle Grounds as a backdrop.|
No 2 Pier is used for the fuel delivery ships and 40 years ago was covered, in season, with barrels being filled with salt herring.
|The long-closed Caledonian Hotel where, back in the 70s, friends and I gathered on a Friday evening. |
The first night I ever stayed on the Island was spent in the bedroom with the window second from the left on the top floor.
|The old Harbour Master's Watchroom. The door behind the white van also led decades ago to the chair of John the Barber.|
|MV Isle of Lewis with the recently renovated and restored Lews Castle.|
|Lews Castle. At the top right of the picture can be seen the top of the Stornoway War Memorial|