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Faray ( locally also Fara ) is a small island in the northern part of the Orkney archipelago.
Faray is uninhabited since about 1936. Both islands are seasonal but used as a sheep pasture because of the good grazing lands today.
Several smaller ground monuments and ruins of cottages testify to the former settlement.
Auskerry | Burray | Calf of Eday | Cava | Copinsay | Damsay | Eday | Egilsay | Eynhallow | Fara | Faray | Flotta | Gairsay | Graemsay | Holm of Grimbister | Holm of Huip | Holm of Papa | Hoy | Lamb Holm | Linga Holm | Mainland | Muckle Skerry | North Ronaldsay | Papa Stronsay | Papa Westray | Rousay | Rysa Little | Sanday | Shapinsay | South Ronaldsay | Stronsay | Sule Skerry | Sule stack | Switha | Swona | Westray | Wyre
- Uninhabited Island
- Island (Scotland )
- Island ( Europe)
- Island ( North Sea)
- Island of the Orkney Islands