In Innish on Siel Island in Scotland stands the Tigh na Truish Inn, also known as the House of Trousers. Legend has it that when kilts were proscribed after the Jacobite Rebellion highlanders would change out of their kilts into trousers here before crossing to the mainland. The crossing is now much easier as, in 1792, the Clachan Bridge was built. The bridge is also known as the Bridge over the Atlantic.
The purple flowers that spread across the edge of the bridge in Spring are rare Fairy Foxgloves (Erinus alpinus)
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