Raasay Brochel Castle - Isle of Raasay. Raasay Traditionally the home of Clan MacSween, the island was ruled by the MacLeods from the 15th to the 19th century. Raasay means "Isle of the Roe Deer" and is home to an endemic subspecies of Bank Vole.

Raasay Brochel Castle - Isle of Raasay. Raasay Traditionally the home of Clan MacSween, the island was ruled by the MacLeods from the 15th to the 19th century. Raasay means "Isle of the Roe Deer" and is home to an endemic subspecies of Bank Vole.

Iron ore workings, Isle of Raasay

Iron ore workings, Isle of Raasay

Miller's Cottage, Mill Place, Isle of Raasay

Miller's Cottage, Mill Place, Isle of Raasay

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raasaybay.jpg (640×397) Pig Island Raasay

raasaybay.jpg (640×397) Pig Island Raasay

Home Farm building, Isle of Raasay around 1900

Home Farm building, Isle of Raasay around 1900

Raasay Looking Westward William Daniell

Raasay Looking Westward William Daniell


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Brochel Castle, Brochel, Raasay The castle is believed to be late 15th century or early 16th century. However it was only occupied until about 1671, after which is has been slowly crumbling away and continues to do so. In this view, in the foreground, is a homestead or croft, which appeared to be still occupied. There are very few people still living in the north of Raasay. NG5846 : The romantic ruin of Brochel Castle, Raasay. NG5846 : Brochel Castle, Brochel, Raasay.

Brochel Castle, Brochel, Raasay The castle is believed to be late 15th century or early 16th century. However it was only occupied until about 1671, after which is has been slowly crumbling away and continues to do so. In this view, in the foreground, is a homestead or croft, which appeared to be still occupied. There are very few people still living in the north of Raasay. NG5846 : The romantic ruin of Brochel Castle, Raasay. NG5846 : Brochel Castle, Brochel, Raasay.

‘Raasay House,’ Isle of Raasay, c1909.

‘Raasay House,’ Isle of Raasay, c1909.

Watercolour reconstruction of 'Brochel Castle', Raasay, in the late 16th century, by David L Roberts.

Watercolour reconstruction of 'Brochel Castle', Raasay, in the late 16th century, by David L Roberts.

Old Raasay House, at the centre, was enlarged by James Macleod, who added an elegant new block infront, about 1805. The kitchen block, left, was added in the late 19th century. © Ruari Halford-MacLeod 1976

Old Raasay House, at the centre, was enlarged by James Macleod, who added an elegant new block infront, about 1805. The kitchen block, left, was added in the late 19th century. © Ruari Halford-MacLeod 1976

Exhibition Image One

Exhibition Image One

Brochel Castle c1690

Brochel Castle c1690

Churchton Bay and Raasay woodlands (Walkhighlands)

Churchton Bay and Raasay woodlands (Walkhighlands)

isle of Raasay - village of Inverarish

isle of Raasay - village of Inverarish

Isle of Raasay thank you card

Isle of Raasay thank you card

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