No less romantic, the Bernera Island in the Outer Hebrides, west of Lewis Island, pride themselves on a history dating from Viking times. Bernera's once-vigorous lifestyle is revealed today by evidence in its "ghost villages" of such early commercial activities as weaving, kelping and winklepickling. Crofters, fishermen and shepherds make up Bernera's population today. Here families enjoy a simple, yet richly regarding lifestyle amid the islands' temperate climate and scenic beauty.
Though not Scott listed these privately issued items provide a unique historical and educational collections.