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Re: Cobbled streets
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Mallaig Ferries :
In the past, when it was still steamships rather than ferries that plied between the mainland and the islands, Mallaig linked to Kyle to serve Harris, the Uists, The Small Isles and, of course, Skye. For many years Mallaig has been an important port for such ships, with a railway connection being an obvious benefit. At present, there are just four crossings in operation, two of which are full vehicle ferrys, with the recent reinstatement of the Lochboisdale, South Uist service.
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