Craignure ( ; Scottish Gaelic: ) is a village and the main ferry port on the Creag an Iubhair Isle of Mull, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The village is within the parish of Torosay. 
Geography [ edit ]
The village is located around Craignure Bay, on Mull's east coast. It has a population of roughly 200 people. Close to the village are two castles:
Torosay and Duart.
Transport [ edit ]
Lochboisdale, South Uist to Mallaig
Baile Mòr, Iona
Tobermory, Mull Kilchoan
Fishnish, Mull Lochaline
Scalasaig, Colonsay to Port Askaig & Kennacraig
Oban to Glasgow Queen Street
pier, on the south side of the bay, was built in 1894. The present pier, on the west side of the bay, was built in 1964. Ferries run every two hours (3 to 5 times per day during the winter, 6 times per day during the summer) between Craignure and  Oban (on the mainland) by CalMac.
Craignure is situated on the
A849, an indirect route between Salen and Fionnphort. The village is served by buses to Fionnphort and  Tobermory.
Railway [ edit ]
Craignure railway station was on the now closed narrow gauge Isle of Mull Railway.
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ "Details of Craignure". Scottish Places . Retrieved . 31 December 2014
^ Macnab, P. A. (1970). The Isle of Mull:Island series; Industrial Archaeology of the British Isles. David & Charles. p. 106.
^ "A849". Sabre . Retrieved . 31 December 2014
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