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TP3035 - Eileach An Naoimh
5th Aug 2012 10:57 by SlainteJimmy
Raised lettered cap covered in bird doodoo with North and South sights open on this fab Vanessa. Made very tough work of reaching the island summit - totally missed the worn path up - Doh! Bit of a cloudy start but cheered up with a muse around the Monastery.
Eileach An Naoimh ..ahh, Vanessa! :-)
5th Aug 2012 10:55 by andyc
Fantastic location on wonderful island. First of 5 islands bagged on day out from Craobh Haven with Duncan the boatman from Farsuin Cruises. Assortment of trig and island baggers including Ed and Alex. Monastery was a bonus but even more interesting than the trigpoint!
5th Aug 2012 10:52 by edfielden
What a location for my first Vanessa! By boat from Craobh Haven with several other island and trig baggers. Our aim was to visit five islands in one day. We were landed on the rocks of Eileach An Naoimh and walked up past the monastery by different routes eventually converging on the pillar. FB faces NNW; SSE sighthole open, others plugged. Original top with raised letters covered in congealed fishy bird droppings!
10507 - Pillar Looking SSE ©edfielden
5th Aug 2012 10:48 by trigging on an island
First island of five in a day excursion with a boatful of hill and trig baggers. We had a look around the remains of the monastery, and then all converged upon the trig pillar. It was a grey and murky start to the day, with poor visibility, but nonetheless I have to give this a high score just for the inaccessibility and the craic with the other guys.
4th Aug 2012 11:08 by descarte1
Good condition Vanessa pillar on the highest point of Eileach an Naoimh. Cap present with raised lettering. FB faces north-ish with both sightholes open but blocked internally. Absolutely superb day out to the Garvellachs, Lunga and Eilean Dubh Mor thanks to Duncan Phillips. Excellent visibility in all directions with the expected huge views. Simply stunning! The Historic Scotland monastery is also fascinating and has been on my wishlist for a good many years, so doubly excellent!
Eileach an Naoimh trig Vanessa trig on Eileach an Naoimh©descarte1
4th Aug 2012 11:07 by pog
25th Apr 2009 12:00 by peregrinus
Cylindrical trig, vgc, metal cap, wide raised letters, fine grass & rock summit; hazy view. 10 of us (+ dog!) on a trip with Duncan Phillips; landed at NM642097 (on rock) - potentially awkward due to very low tide but we were lucky and had quite an easy landing. Gorgeous island - very green; interesting rock; well-presented monastery remains & big beehive cairn, also an odd standing stone. Rescued an embrambled sheep. Also visited Scarba.
25th Apr 2009 11:50 by Chalky
Vanessa in vgc .
25th Apr 2009 11:45 by Am fear liath mor
Visited in a company of eminent baggers from a boat out of Craobh Haven. Beautiful little grassy island with grazing sheep and ruined monastery. Pillar in excellent condition despite its exposed position presiding over wonderful views of sea and islands.