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Buy the book A Vanderbilt in Orkney by Alan Toney for the story of how it comes about that South Ronaldsay has a close connection with the Vanderbilt family.

Donate a fiver or more and we will send you a full resolution copy of one of the images below that can be printed in any size up to a couple of feet across. You can take the file to your local photo shop or order over the internet from companies like Bonusprint or use to send a postcard (without leaving your house) through TouchNote. Click here to go to the Donate button  Email your choice of image (DCSF number) to saintmarysburwick@gmail.com.

 

Go to Bonusprint here (look for a Bonusprint discount  here or Google for 'Bonusprint Discount Code' first)

Go to Touchnote here

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View of St Mary's from the east side of the bay

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View of St Mary's from the old pier on the east side of the bay

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St Mary's, Front Door

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St Mary's, South side

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Belfry

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St Mary's against the skyline

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A view to the South

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Windworn gravestone

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A view to the South, over the bay to the skerrries and the firth

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View of St Mary's from the old pier on the east side of the bay