Presentation on theme: "Explore The Isle of Coll Welcome to Coll. Go to the Readme page Explore the maps 3."— Presentation transcript:
Explore The Isle of Coll Welcome to Coll. Go to the Readme page Explore the maps 3
Readme These photographs were taken by Alan Rodgers and Angella Streluk in August 2004. They have been made into this resource to form part of the QCA Island Home unit. Other resources and teachers notes can be found in the Naace Primary Focus on Geography pack. The map is not intended for use in navigating the island. Certain licence has been taken with the positioning of some images, although the vast majority are fairly accurately placed. Use these icons on any page to go to the map pages.
The Isle of Coll – explore the hotspots. Click to go to the village.
Click to go to the whole island. Village of Arinagour – explore the hotspots.
Tigh na Mara – bed and breakfast. First house on the road from the ferry.
The water works. Water for the village comes from here.
Sorisdale Bay. There are lots of tiny islands nearby.
Cornaig Bay is a safe place for yachts to moor, but it is not near the village shop.
The builder lives here. There are several cottages nearby. The post box is a long way from the village.
Roads need repairing even on Coll. Many roads are very narrow.
The island in the bay is called Eilean an Uan. This is its name in Gaelic.
The cemetery is in a lovely place near the sea.
Electricity goes through the cables. It comes from the Isle of Mull.
Homes not in the village collect rainwater in tanks. A pipe takes the water to the houses.
This place is called windy gap. From here you can see some of the rocky landscape.
This is the only Hotel on Coll. Local people can have an evening out here.
The golf club is also the place to play football and rugby. An unusual game called Shinty is also played here.
Almost all home on Coll used to have thatched roofs.