| 2004 (current)|
| 2004 (first)|
metal skeletal tower
| Gruney Isle
square parallelepiped tower covered by aluminium panels with light on the top
Out Skerries, Broch of Culswick, Muckle Skerry, Helliar Holm, Lunna House
Gruney is a small, uninhabited island in Shetland, Scotland. It lies north of the Northmavine peninsula of the Shetland Mainland, from which it is separated by the Gruney Sound.
Gruney has a population of Leach's petrels, one of just two in Shetland. It is not a National Nature Reserve, but the RSPB has a management agreement with the owners.
The island is also home to a lighthouse.