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St Magnus Relics The relics of St Magnus (or are they?) photographed in 1913 by Tom Kent.
Looking through War Memorial A snow covered cathedral kirkyard with another big church at the end of it, now a reception area and...
Unveiling of Kirkwall and St Ola War Memorial A small section of one of Tom Kent's incredibly sharp pictures. This shows the unveiling of the m...
Unveiling of Kitchener Memorial A section of a Tom Kent picture showing the unveiling of the memorial on Marwick Head on 2nd July 19...
Kitchener Memorial A Tom Kent picture of the whole structure, I think looking from the seaward side. I would heve kept ...
Remembering Walliwall plane crash The contributor writes: ' Remembering 60 years on!!!!!!!!! thought it would be nice if you added t...
North Ronaldsay War Memorial Date estimated. A Tom Kent picture showing that North Ronaldsay experienced a significant loss in th...
South Ronaldsay war memorial To complement picture #1163, the memorial seen from another angle.
Betty Corrigal's grave Date estimated. One of some pictures done by Wolfgang for a photo website.
Bronze plaque in kirkyard Karl writes: 'Bronze plaque in the St Nicolas Kirkyard, East Holm. The triangle looks like a mason...
Kirkyard on Stroma And a lot of deserted houses.

Latest Pics

Willie BewsGEORGE REID 1755-1859Yesnaby CastleSouth Aisle, St Magnus CathedralSkara BraeThe Nave, St Magnus CathedralLinks House Birsay, 1930sKirkwall BasinMain Street, FinstownEarl's Palace and St Magnus Cathedral, colourised