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  • of Tasmania Ross (New Zealand) - a town in West Coast (New Zealand), on the South Island (New Zealand) Ross-shire (County of Ross): Isle of Lewis -
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  • Lewis forms one part of an island in the Outer Hebrides. Harris forms the southern third of the same island. In former times (up to 1970s) Lewis and Harris
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  • (Gloucestershire) - in Gloucestershire, England Newmarket (Hebrides) - on the Isle of Lewis, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland New Market (Alabama) - in Alabama
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  • off the northwest coast of the Isle of Lewis in Loch Roag. Great Bernera, which is about 21 km² in size, is connected to Lewis by a bridge. About 300 people
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  • village at the south of Harris Lochmaddy - the main village on North Uist Nunton Stornoway - the only town, on the Isle of Lewis Tarbert - the main village
    7 KB (872 words) - 13:27, 9 December 2015
  • explore the beaches, bays and hills of Harris as well as giving simple access to the sites of interest in the Isle of Lewis.  57.89869-6.80748  Harris Hotel
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  •  e-mail: bookings@seatrek.co.uk. Day tour to St. Kilda from Uig on the Isle of Lewis followed by a cruise around Boreray and the Stacs. Tours run Monday
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  • Stornoway - on the Isle of Lewis Bowmore on Islay Castlebay - the main village on Barra Craighouse on the Isle of Jura Portree on Skye Tarbert
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  • flights from Birmingham, London & Belfast. Stornoway Airport is on the Isle of Lewis, and can be reached by connection from other Scottish airports There
    93 KB (14,027 words) - 20:24, 27 January 2016
  • and Southampton, as well as Stornoway (on the Isle of Lewis in the Western Isles), Wick (in the far north of Scotland), Orkney and Shetland (all these are
    144 KB (20,399 words) - 04:11, 17 December 2015
  • Harris is one of the Outer Hebrides in Scotland, known for its Harris Tweed. It is joined to the larger island of Lewis but they are known as separate
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  • The Western Isles Overland Route is in Outer Hebrides (also called Western Isles) in Scotland. The route links Barra with Lewis passing through Eriskay
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  • Barra (redirect Isle of barra)
    threat of closure due to Council cuts. Barra is linked by causeway to Vatersay to the South. As part of the Western Isles Overland Route combination of bus
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  • Stornoway (category Lewis)
    Stornoway is the town on Lewis. With a population of around 5,600, Stornoway ( Steòrnabhagh ) is the largest town in the Outer Hebrides and also its
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  • Historic Churches of Buffalo's East Side Iditarod Trail The Jazz Track Lewis and Clark Trail Lincoln Highway Little Miami Bike Trail Loop Art Tour Manufacturing
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  • islands, including Raasay The four Small Isles of Canna, Eigg, Muck and Rum The southern Inner Hebrides are made up of: Mull and its surrounding smaller islands
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  • National Parks (Welsh: Parciau Cenedlaethol, Scottish Gaelic: Pàircan Nàiseanta) of the United Kingdom are to be found primarily in England and Wales; two recent
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  • of its colonial past has disappeared, it is rich in Civil War history and lore. There are, among other things, a Civil War prison site on Belle Isle,
    45 KB (5,181 words) - 04:40, 3 February 2016
  • largest island where 2/3 of the Isles' population resides. North Ronaldsay, well-worth the trip if only to climb to the top of the new lighthouse for fantastic
    11 KB (981 words) - 00:03, 22 November 2015
  • National Historic Landmark for its relationship with the Santa Fe Trail, Lewis and Clark, Boonslick reigon, and George Caleb Bingham. I-70 (Exits 89
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