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Peats are removed from keshie, thrown and piled high on back of lorry, Lewis. (clip) 
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Title: ISLE OF LEWIS
Reference number: 0549
Director: filmed by Frank M. Marshall
Running time: 3.49 mins
Life on Lewis and Harris in the Western Isles; herring fishing, cutting peat and crofting.
Alternative title LEWIS. See also longer B/W version.
Shotlist: Credits (0.13); Sailing from Kyle of Lochalsh we get a glimpse of Skye. Shot of Kyle of Lochalsh from boat as it pulls away (.47); Chief industry of Stornoway is the herring fishing. Shots of Stornoway and harbour. Shots of steam trawlers, crew working on deck, mending nets and unloading fish (2.48); The road north takes us to Ness. Shot of road and woman with a basket on her back. The village of Ness (3.02); A few blackhouses are still inhabited. Shots of blackhouses (3.11) Every house has its peat stack. Shots of men and women by roadside loading lorry high with cut peat (3.49)
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