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Port Ellen

Port Ellen is a small town on the island of Islay, in Argyll, Scotland.

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Port Ellen Distillery
... The Port Ellen Distillery is located in Port Ellen on the isle of Islay, Scotland ... Due to the closing of the distillery, Port Ellen whisky is becoming more and more collectable This corporation or company article is a stub ... Killyloch Kinclaith Ladyburn Littlemill Lochside Millburn North Port Parkmore Pittyvaich Port Charlotte Port Ellen Rosebank St ...
Port Ellen
... Port Ellen is a small town on the island of Islay, in Argyll, Scotland ... Port Ellen (Scottish Gaelic Port Ìlein) is named after the wife of the founder, Frederick Campbell of Islay ... Port Ellen is built around Loch Leodamais, Islay's main deep water harbour ...
West Loch Tarbert, Argyll - Ferry Services
... This served Port Askaig on Islay, in competition with the mail steamer, operated by MacBraynes from West Tarbert near the head of the loch ... gave two daily return sailings, one each to Port Ellen and Port Askaig, as well as sailings to Craighouse on Jura, Gigha and Colonsay ... a day between modified at terminals at Port Ellen and West Loch Tarbert ...
Islay - Economy - Transport
... The two main roads are the A846 from Ardbeg to Port Askaig via Port Ellen and Bowmore, and the A847 which runs down the east coast of the Rhinns ... Caledonian MacBrayne operate regular ferry services to Port Ellen and Port Askaig from Kennacraig, taking about two hours ... Ferries to Port Askaig also run on to Scalasaig on Colonsay and, on summer Wednesdays, to Oban ...

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