Empty Homes, North Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

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Just a couple of the many photos that I took back in 2014, of empty homes, they hold a fascination for me.  I took so many on our trip to the Outer Hebrides, drove the other half mad.  Here are a couple I took in North Uist from the car window, both look as if they could still be in use, one way or another, not as derelict as some that we came across.

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6 Replies to “Empty Homes, North Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland”

    1. They are most probably small crofters cottages Pat, and through the years the family has moved away and just left them. I love the shed type one on the 2nd photo 🙂

  1. Oh, my, I thought that was a shed. I can’t imagine living in a place without windows. I guess sometimes a roof and walls is something to be grateful for.

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