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General view of 13 Kilmoluaig from the North-West
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View of the East elevation of the thatched cottage at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree.
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View of the East elevation of the thatched cottage and adjoining building at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree.
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View of the East elevation of the thatched cottage and adjoining building at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree, taken from the South-East.
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Detailed view of the South-Eastern corner of the thatched cottage at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree. The image shows the battered rubble stonework, with grass growing on the tobhta (wallhead), chimney, and thatched roof set on the inner face of the wallhead.
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Detailed view of the Southern window to the East elevation of the thatched cottage at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree. The image shows the splayed window opening within the thick, battered wall. Stones tied to rope and 'chicken wire' can also be see above the window, which are for the purpose of keeping the thatching in place.
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Detailed view of the Northern window to the East elevation of the thatched cottage at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree. The image shows the splayed window opening within the thick, battered wall. Stones tied to rope and 'chicken wire' can also be see above the window, which are for the purpose of keeping the thatching in place.
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Detailed view of the junction between the East elevation of the thatched cottage at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree, and the adjoining building. Makeshift steps can be seen, which give access to the wallhead.
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General view of the thatched cottage at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree, taken from the South-East. The image also shows the remains of outbuildings in the foreground.
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General view of the thatched cottage at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree, taken from the South. The remains of outbuildings are in the foreground with the Southern gable of the thatched cottage behind.
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General view of the thatched cottage and adjoining building at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree, taken from the South-West.
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View of the West elevation of the thatched cottage at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree, taken from the West. The adjoining building to the North can also be seen to the left of the image.
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View of the West elevation of the thatched cottage at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree, taken from the West.
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Detailed view of the Southern window to the West elevation of the thatched cottage at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree. The image shows the splayed window opening within the thick, battered wall. Stones tied to rope and 'chicken wire' can also be see above the window, which are for the purpose of keeping the thatching in place.
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Detailed view of the Northern window to the West elevation of the thatched cottage at 13 Kilmoluaig, Tiree. The image shows the splayed window opening within the thick, battered wall. Stones tied to rope and 'chicken wire' can also be see above the window, which are for the purpose of keeping the thatching in place.
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View from NW
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View from W
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Ruined structure to S from W
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General view from SW
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View from SW
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View from S
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General view from SE
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View from E
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General oblique aerial view of Balevullin and Kilmoluaig on Tiree, looking to the ENE.
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