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Orkney Library Sep 10
Our haystacks are better than your haystacks.
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orkney.com 12h
There is SO much to do in this autumn 🍂 Think fresh sea air, incredible history, empty beaches and spectacular scenery 😍 Tempted? Explore all our autumn offers and itineraries ➡️
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The Old Library Sep 12
For your chance to win one of these muddler & glass jar cocktail sets, just like and retweet. A wide range of Gentlemen's Hardware products are available in Grooves.
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James Ellsmoor 🏝 Sep 11
is the only place in the that generates over 100% of its total electricity demand from clean energy, becoming one the most promising sites for low-carbon research in the world.
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Pete Savin Sep 15
Possibly one of the most visited places on but the beautifully painted is worth the visit, made out of two Nissen huts by Italian POW’s during in WW2.
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David @ The HALL of EINAR 23h
This Ringed Plover chick was still not quite in control of its fluff on Papa Westray
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Susanne Arbuckle Sep 12
I'll never understand why doesn't get as much beach appreciation as the Outer Hebrides 🏖️
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Orkney Library Sep 12
It's a cool, autumny Thursday morning in and is away across the west mainland to deliver books and joy to our readers in Harray and Quoyloo. If you see him on his travels then go and say hello. 😀📚 Find out more about Booky here:
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EMEC 7h
We're delighted to announce the launch of the HyFlyer project which will see the flight tests of a zero-emission aircraft set for in 2020. For more info:
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Pete Savin Sep 15
The Broch of stood over 30ft high with its surrounding community, built in the first millennium BC and inhabited up till the 5th Cent AD a substantial bar hole for defence inside the doorway
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Pete Savin Sep 12
Back on mainland and the Tomb of the Eagles chambered Tomb with its ingenious (modern) entry system
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Pete Savin Sep 9
A narrow squeeze into the 5300 year old Unstan chambered cairn, resting place of the Neolithic dead
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More Than Minutes 57m
Great day today in capturing their marine planning event Apparently we got the seal of approval!!
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Eann Sinclair Sep 17
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Orkney Gin Company Sep 13
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ASLS Sep 15
Aye, the nights are fair drawing in… Here’s poet Edwin Muir (1887–1959), with “The Late Swallow” (One Foot in Eden, 1956)
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StromnessTimeLapse 16h
: Yesterday, Tuesday, September the 17th, 2019, at the harbour. A timelapse video of the EMEC webcam on western Mainland, Islands! Today's weather: Clouds, at 12°C during the night and 9°C at daytime
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Raymond Besant 3h
Westerly washing machine. I for one like the cooler winds of autumn and the beauty it brings.
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Orkney Library Sep 10
Replying to @OrkneyLibrary
It's a little known fact* that Monet only began painting snowy haystacks after a brief visit to in 1889. *lie (Photograph by Gunnie Moberg)
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Limousine Hire Near Me 9h
Limousine Hire Near Me in Orkney Islands
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