The bridge that links Bruray to Housay
|Highest point:||174 feet|
Bruray is separated from Housay by North Mouth and South Mouth and linked to Housay by a bridge, the Skerries Bridge. The Skerries Bridge was built in 1957 to provide a fixed link between the islands.
At the autumn 2010, the islands of Housay and Bruray (600 acres) were on sale for £250,000. "The main islands are held under crofting tenure. The Crofting community have been offered the opportunity to register their interest in acquiring the property but have formally declined from doing so."
|The Out Skerries|