Bressay :: Shared Description

The Isle of Bressay lies just off the eastern coast of Mainland, Shetland opposite the capital of Lerwick and effectively protecting that town and its harbour from the excesses of the weather. The sea between the two is the Sound of Bressay, and a regular ferry service plies the short trip between them.
Bressay is quite a large island being about 10.8 miles² (2805 ha) making it the 5th largest of the constituent islands of Shetland after Mainland, Yell, Unst and Fetlar. It has about 400 inhabitants, and some industry mostly the fish processing plant in the northwest of the island.
The highest point on the island is Ward of Bressay which achieves 741' (226m)
by Rob Farrow
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HU5242 : The remains of Cullingsburgh by Rob Farrow
HU4839 : I'm sure I heard a boat, dear by Rob Farrow
HU5043 : Churchyard and Mausoleum, Gunnista by Rob Farrow
HU5141 : Bressay - Burn of Setter - Looking upstream by Rob Farrow
HU5242 : Cullingsburgh - St Mary's and churchyard by Rob Farrow
HU5141 : Mosaic on stones by Rob Farrow
HU5241 : Ferry crossing, Noss Sound by Rob Farrow
HU5240 : Noss-sound - view to Ander Hill by Rob Farrow
HU5240 : Remains of broch, Noss-sound by Rob Farrow
HU5139 : Loch of  Grimsetter by Gerald England
HU4842 : Gardie House from Bressay ferry terminal by Rob Farrow
HU5043 : View across Gunnista churchyard to Aith Voe by Rob Farrow
HU5242 : Ruins of St Mary's church, Cullingsburgh by Rob Farrow
HU4837 : Kirkabister Ness Lighthouse by Rob Farrow
HU4837 : Bressay Lighthouse looks out to sea by Rob Farrow
HU5038 : Ward of Bressay by Gerald England
HU5240 : Houllmastouri by Rob Farrow
HU5142 : Pow of Cullingsburgh by Rob Farrow
HU5240 : Ruined croft houses at Noss-sound by Rob Farrow
HU5242 : Ruined cottages at Cullingsburgh by Rob Farrow
HU5242 : St Mary's church and churchyard wall, Cullingsburgh by Rob Farrow
HU5242 : Traces of an ancient broch, Cullingsburgh by Rob Farrow
HU5242 : Table tombstone at St Mary's, Cullingsburgh by Rob Farrow
HU5043 : Ruin across Aith Voe from Gunnista by Rob Farrow
HU5043 : A tomb with a view by Rob Farrow

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Created: Thu, 24 Nov 2011, Updated: Thu, 24 Nov 2011

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