Places of Worship in Torosay Parish in Strathclyde Region

  • An Caibeal

    One of the mausoleums of the MacLeans of Lochbuie, located about 200 metres northwest of Lochbuie House.

  • Caibeal Mheamhair

    Mediaeval chapel, recently restored, located in a remote area south of Lochbuie accessible via a small trackway.

  • Catholic Church (Former)

    Former Catholic place of worship, now a private residence on the Salen-Craignure stretch of the A849, just east of Salen. The building is offset from the road with a front lawn and drive.

  • Cill an Ailein, Torosay, Mull

    Ruined mediaeval chapel and associated burial ground, located in a clearing on a forested hill overlooking the Aros river and Glen Aros.

  • Former Free Church, Aros

    Ex-Free Church, now a private cottage known as Glenaros Cottage, located south of the A848.

  • Former Free Church, Salen

    Now a private residence, this former Free Church is located on the Tobermory road in Salen.

  • Killbeg Church, Torosay, Mull

    Possible church and burial site located by a trackway running south from Pennygown

  • Kilpatrick Burial Ground, Kilpatrick

    Possible early church and associated burial ground near Kilpatrick, Duart, near the north shore of Duart Bay.

  • Kinlochspelve Former Church

    A former parliamentary church in a remote area, 3.5km east of Lochbuie House north of the trackway.

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  • Knock Burial Ground

    A walled enclosure containing a burial ground, located between Knock and the east shore of Loch na Keal.

  • Lag Na Cille

    Ancient burial ground which may have been associated with a chapel on or near the site, now completely invisible above ground. Situated a quarter of a mile north of Garmony, the burial ground forms a clearing in a Forestry Commission pla...

  • Lochdon Free Church

    Free Church at Lochdon, used only for occassional services. Situated beside the Lochdon Road at its junction with Grasspoint Road.

  • MacQuarie's Mausoleum

    Mausoleum of the MacQuarie family at Gruline, on the grounds of Gruline Estate.

  • Pennygown Chapel, Torosay

    Ruined chapel and associated burial ground, east of Torosay on the A849. The burial ground and chapel ruin are enclosed by a rectangular drystone boundary wall.

  • Salen Parish Church

    Current parish church of Salen, situated on the corner of the intersection of the A848 and B8035.

  • St Columba's Episcopal Church

    Attractive small Episcopal church north of Gruline on the B8035.

  • St John's Old Parish Church

    Mediaeval chapel ruins and original burial ground, about 700 m south of Killean on the eastern shore of Allt Killean brook.

  • St Kilda's Church Cross

    Old Christian cross-slab found during building of St Kilda's Episcopal Church, Torosay, and now displayed in a wall of the church.

  • Torosay Parish Church

    Current parish church of Torosay, on a grassy knoll near the eastern end of Craignure.