A location on the east coast of the Trotternish peninsula of Skye, Highland Council Area, Tote (Gael: Tobhta) comprises Invertote at the mouth of the Lealt River, 10 miles (16 km) north of Portree, with Lower and Upper Tote to the south. There are the remains of a salmon fishing station at Invertote, together with the ruins of a plant which processed diatomite brought by a railway from Loch Cuithir. It is said that German spies operated from this plant during the First World War and that U-boats surfaced offshore.

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