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Glenuig Bay from Glenuig Hall
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Another view from the hall
Glenuig 1954 (before the road)
Glenuig 1954 (before the road)
Taken from in front of Eoghan & Sheena's house. Not much has changed - the Inn and trees have grown, the rest is much the same.
Glenuig from above
Glenuig from above
Glenuig from above
Glenuig from above
Glenuig from above the Inn
Glenuig from above the Inn
Glenuig from above Glenuig Inn, showing the jetty and the shop.
Roshven Ceilidh Band help to open Glenuig Hall
Roshven Ceilidh Band help to open Glenuig Hall
It was a privelege for us when the famous Roshven Ceilidh Band featuring Aongas Grant, Fearachar MacRath and Dougie MacRae were able to help us open Glenuig Hall in April 1995.
One of the early Glenuig Games & Music Festivals
One of the early Glenuig Games & Music Festivals
Glenuig Games Administrative Office
Glenuig Games Administrative Office
Music Festival Campers
Music Festival Campers
Preparing for a Music Festival
Preparing for a Music Festival
A Glenuig Sunset
A Glenuig Sunset
Glenuig Bay in the 1950s, with ferry
Glenuig Bay in the 1950s, with ferry
Angus Grant Senior & Junior
Angus Grant Senior & Junior
Angus Grant, renowned fiddle player and tutor, with son Angus R Grant, playing at Tunes FOr Tich on 26th September 2015.
Courtesy of Rab G.p. Lewin
The Three Jims!
The Three Jims!
Jim Hay, Jim Hunter and Jim Michie at Tunes For Tich on 26th September 2015.
Courtesy of James MacKintosh

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