Lady's Holm

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Aerial view of Lady's Holm (right) and Little Holm (centre)

Lady's Holm is an island off southern Mainland in the Shetland Islands.[1] It is not to be confused with the Maiden Stack, which is also known as "Frau Stack"

It is to the west of Scat Ness and the village of Scatness, a headland on Mainland, and there is also another islet nearby, Little Holm.

Sumburgh Airport is about a mile northeast.

It is 21 metres (69 ft) at its highest point, which is marked by a cairn.[1]

It was traditionally used for grazing sheep.[1]

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