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the late George Sassoon, who travelled to St Kilda in 1965 aboard the “Glen Carradale” owned by Alastair Gibson. These are some of his photos from that journey

the late George Sassoon, who travelled to St Kilda in 1965 aboard the “Glen Carradale” owned by Alastair Gibson. These are some of his photos from that journey

St Kilda consists of four main islands - Hirta, Dun, Boreray and Soay as well as several sea stacs. Visitors are welcome to visit St Kilda. Village Bay on Hirta is the main access point. Please get in touch with the Area Manager or Ranger before you visit. We can then give you the information you require to access responsibly and safely, without disturbing the nesting birds. via www.facebook.com/...

St Kilda consists of four main islands - Hirta, Dun, Boreray and Soay as well as several sea stacs. Visitors are welcome to visit St Kilda. Village Bay on Hirta is the main access point. Please get in touch with the Area Manager or Ranger before you visit. We can then give you the information you require to access responsibly and safely, without disturbing the nesting birds. via www.facebook.com/...

looking down to the village and Village Bay the late George Sassoon, who travelled to St Kilda in 1965 aboard the “Glen Carradale” owned by Alastair Gibson. These are some of his photos from that journey

looking down to the village and Village Bay the late George Sassoon, who travelled to St Kilda in 1965 aboard the “Glen Carradale” owned by Alastair Gibson. These are some of his photos from that journey

looking to Boreray and the stacs from Hirta  the late George Sassoon, who travelled to St Kilda in 1965 aboard the “Glen Carradale” owned by Alastair Gibson. These are some of his photos from that journey

looking to Boreray and the stacs from Hirta the late George Sassoon, who travelled to St Kilda in 1965 aboard the “Glen Carradale” owned by Alastair Gibson. These are some of his photos from that journey

Photo by the late George Sassoon | Passengers viewing Stac Lee - safety rails not so robust in those days..the late George Sassoon, who travelled to St Kilda in 1965 aboard the “Glen Carradale” owned by Alastair Gibson. These are some of his photos from that journey.

Photo by the late George Sassoon | Passengers viewing Stac Lee - safety rails not so robust in those days..the late George Sassoon, who travelled to St Kilda in 1965 aboard the “Glen Carradale” owned by Alastair Gibson. These are some of his photos from that journey.

Women and children with their dogs gathered around the St Kilda post office. Picture: University of Glasgow

Women and children with their dogs gathered around the St Kilda post office. Picture: University of Glasgow

Photo by the late George Sassoon | The feather store in Village Bay before restoration by NTS volunteers by the late George Sassoon, who travelled to St Kilda in 1965 aboard the “Glen Carradale” owned by Alastair Gibson. These are some of his photos from that journey.

Photo by the late George Sassoon | The feather store in Village Bay before restoration by NTS volunteers by the late George Sassoon, who travelled to St Kilda in 1965 aboard the “Glen Carradale” owned by Alastair Gibson. These are some of his photos from that journey.

One of eight unknown photographs of St Kilda that were discovered in the archives of the University of Glasgow, from the private collection of Thomas Stewart Patterson, who was a lecturer in Organic Chemistry at the university in 1904.  The “holiday snaps” are from about the late 1920's. Via The Scotsman Mon 6th Oct 2014 Trips to the islands at the time were advertised as a chance to "Come and See Britain's Modern Primitives".

One of eight unknown photographs of St Kilda that were discovered in the archives of the University of Glasgow, from the private collection of Thomas Stewart Patterson, who was a lecturer in Organic Chemistry at the university in 1904. The “holiday snaps” are from about the late 1920's. Via The Scotsman Mon 6th Oct 2014 Trips to the islands at the time were advertised as a chance to "Come and See Britain's Modern Primitives".

St Kilda - view back from The Cambir with Mullach Bi on the right, Scotland

St Kilda - view back from The Cambir with Mullach Bi on the right, Scotland

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