Considering it is the most remote of British islands, humans have surprisingly lived here since prehistoric times, until the last permanent residents left in 1930. Village Bay was the only possible location for the community to live, due to the dramatic island topography and natural bay that was accessible only in calm conditions.
The islanders lived on ‘Main Street’ - a row of 16 houses. To the right, the grassy bank slopes down to the bay via plots of land and to the left, common ground, ... See more
St Kilda, Scotland
Main village in Hirta from above
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