Stationery Office, 1997 - Travel - 148 pages
Examining Shetland's heritage, this work includes a look at an 18th-century fort in Lerwick, a Viking-age farm beside Sumburgh Airport, Scotland's best-preserved iron-age broch on the island of Mousa, tombstones, and storehouses that illustrate Shetland's North Sea trade.
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MILITARY ARCHITECTURE AND LIGHTHOUSES
COUNTRY MANSIONS AND LAIRDS HOUSES
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19th century 3rd-2nd millennium BC armorial panel blockhouse boats booth boulders Bressay Sound Bridge of Walls broch built burn burnt mounds Burravoe Busta carved castle centre chambered tomb cist Clickhimin coast colour photograph croft Earl early prehistoric east entrance passage Eshaness excavated Fair Isle farm gable harbour Hill Hillswick Historic Scotland horizontal mills Huxter island Jarlshof kiln known laird's house later Lerwick lighthouse Loch massive medieval church minor road modern monuments Mousa Muness Ness Norse Northern Isles Old Haa original Orkney Orkney and Shetland oval Papil Pictish pier planticrues ponies promontory Punds rectangular building roof round ruined Sand Scalloway seen settlement Shetland Museum shore side South Mainland St Ninian's Isle standing stone Stanydale steatite stone-built storeys Sumburgh Head surviving Symbister take the minor Tingwall tower Unst Vementry Viking Age Viking-Age visible walk West Mainland Whalsay wooden Yell