Kilchoman military cemetery on a rainy November day (2), Isle of Islay

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Picture of a small military cemetery in a field on a rainy dayAnother view of the Kilchoman Military Cemetery where some of the dead from the sinking of the Otranto in October 1918 are buried. This time the view is out to sea, you can just make out Machir Bay and the Atlantic on the right. The WWII radar station (now telecoms masts) just visible in the haze on the left.

Kilchoman military cemetery on a rainy November day, Isle of Islay

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Picture of an old military cemetery/memorial in a field on a rainy dayThe Kilchoman military cemetery where some of the dead from the sinking of the Otranto in October 1918 are buried. Machir Bay where the Otranto sank is behind us. Kilchoman Church and Kilchoman House in the background on the right.

Machir Bay from Turnaichaidh, Isle of Islay

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Picture of a bay with a sandy beach seen from the top of a hill above the bay

From the same vantage point as the view towards Saligo Bay a view further west over Machir Bay on the west coast of Islay. You can make out the tops of the Kilchoman Crags just below, also towards the right if you look closely the Kilchoman Military Cemetery for the victims of the Otranto disaster in WW I.