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Something old, something new - Rowallan Castles are a beautiful union of Scottish castle styles

Two differing but stunning examples of Scottish architecture, Rowallan Castles - old and new - are standing strong.

Date added: 07 Jun 2016
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Clan Lachlan's bid to preserve their ancestral home

Historic Castle Lachlan, on the banks of Loch Fyne, is once again being embraced by the Clan which bears its name.

Date added: 25 May 2016

Asgog Castle's fight for survival

After a tumultuous history, Asgog Castle sits in an idyllic setting but is in far from idyllic condition...

Date added: 20 May 2016

Portencross Castle - Weathering the Storms

An impressive sea girt, Portencross Castle has stood watch over the waters of the Clyde estuary for centuries. Now, others are safeguarding its future...

Date added: 13 May 2016

Is there hope for Burgie Castle?

Will Burgie Castle crumble in the footsteps of its neighbour Blervie Castle? We hope not...

Date added: 07 May 2016

Drone's-eye view of Baltersan Castle

Take to the skies to see Baltersan Castle from a very different perspective!

Date added: 22 Apr 2016

£2million funding should restore ailing Cowane's Hospital in Stirling to full health

The Cowane's Hospital Maintenance Trust are celebrating a significant funding boost which should see their plans for the 17th-century building come to life.

Date added: 10 Apr 2016

The Bishop's Palace and Partick Castle rediscovered in Glasgow

The 400-year-old mystery of where the medieval Bishop's Palace of Glasgow and 17th-century Patrick Castle once stood has been solved - thanks to some fortuitous sewage works!

Date added: 31 Mar 2016

Kilmahew Castle thrown a lifeline

Funding recently allocated to St Peter's seminary in Cardross could see new life breathed into Kilmahew Castle

Date added: 31 Mar 2016

Hunterston Castle - Small but Perfectly-formed

Hunterston Castle was believed to have been moated once given its position on marshland near Seamill in Ayrshire.

Date added: 24 Mar 2016
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