I parked at the southern end of the road, where there was room for one car. I walked back up the road and through a field of ruined houses, on through a bog to the coast and then walked south down the coast until Tolm appeared. On my return to the car I watched a local dog walker go through a pedestrian gate above where I had parked, so that might be an easier route.
Tolm is separated from the mainland of Lewis by a rocky beach, which looked as though it is uncovered for more time than it is covered. It has an adjacent smaller island called Leac Holm, which I didn't visit, I'm not sure why - I'll put it on the list for my next visit.
Tolm is covered in short grass and when I visited in mid June 2016 I spring squill, birds foot trefoil and thrift were in flower.
The top of Tolm
Looking across the bay towards Tom
Small Cairn on Tolm
Lewis from Tolm
Tolm from Lewis