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Britain By Car - A Motoring History

Isle of Rousay

Rousay is the sixth largest of the Orkney Islands, lying about 20 miles to the north of the Scottish mainland.  It has a wealth of archaeological history, with evidence of its inhabitants going back to the Stone Age, and is also rich in wildlife, being designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

The birthplace of the first woman to drive the length of Britain, from Land’s End to John o’Groats.  

The Trumland Estate, Rousay, Orkney Islands, KW17 2PU. 


Highlands & Islands locations