Harray[pronunciation?] (Old Norse: Herað - cf Harris) is a former
parish on Mainland, Orkney, Scotland, now merged with Birsay. It
has the unique distinction of being the only landlocked parish on the
islands; however, it is next to the freshwater Loch of Harray.
^ a b c d Wilson, Rev. John The Gazetteer of Scotland (Edinburgh,
1882) Published by W. & A.K. Johnstone
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Mainland Auskerry Burray Eday Egilsay Flotta Gairsay Graemsay Holm of Grimbister Hoy Inner Holm North Ronaldsay Papa Stronsay Papa Westray Rousay Sanday Shapinsay South Ronaldsay South Walls Stronsay Westray Wyre
Eynhallow Helliar Holm Lamb Holm Switha Swona North West islands North East islands South West islands South East islands
Towns and villages
Kirkwall Balfour Dounby Finstown Houton Longhope Lyness Pierowall St Margaret's Hope Stromness Whitehall
Birsay Deerness Evie Firth Harray Holm Kirkwall Orphir Rendall St Andrews St Ola Sandwick Stenness Stromness
Geology Prehistory History Scapa Flow Witchcraft
Earls of Orkney
Coordinates: 59°2′48″N 3°11′0″W / 59.04667°N 3.18333°W / 59.04667; -3.18333