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s MacDuffs Castle

Macduff's Castle (Fife) Past & Present

This castle is situated above the shore in the town of East Wemyss, Fife. Built of the local red stand stone it has weathered badly. Below the castle are the famous caves with their Pictish carvings.

Date added: 01 Jun 2013
Redcastle

Redcastle (Ross) Past & Present

Redcastle is situated at the end of a steep sided promontory and occupies the site of a much older structure. The remains indicate an L-plan tower house of the 16th century with additions of 1840.

Date added: 22 May 2013
Clackmanan Tower

Clackmanan Tower (Clackmanan) Past & Present

Clackmannan Tower is situated on a prominent ridge about 2 miles from Alloa and is visible for miles around. Rather surprisingly for such a high and exposed location there were once terraces and gardens.

Date added: 22 May 2013
Lochnaw Castle

Lochnaw Castle (Wigtown) Past & Present

The 16th century tower of Lochnaw is beautifully situated on the loch of that name near Stranraer. A wing with steeply pitched roof (originally thatched) was added in 1663 followed by yet another in 1704.

Date added: 17 May 2013
Cassencarie Castle

Cassencarie House (Kirkcudbright) Past & Present

Situated on Luce Bay is this multi period site. The oldest part is a L-plan tower of the late 16th century distinguishable by its window mouldings

Date added: 17 May 2013
mars work stirling

Mar's Work (Stirling) Past & Present

This beautiful and accomplished 16th century lodging is situated nearby Stirling Castle. Built by the Regent Mar it is closely modeled on the palace of James V in that castle.

Date added: 17 May 2013
castle of park

Castle of Park (Wigtown) Past & Present

A 16th century L-plan tower of 4 storeys and a garret to which wings were added to in the 18th century converting the tower into a country house.

Date added: 17 May 2013
st johns tower

St John's Tower (Wigtown) Past & Present

This 16th century tower stands in the town of Stranraer close to the shore. In the 19th century lacking a 'lock up' the tower was converted into the town jail with cells for fellons and debtors.

Date added: 17 May 2013
Ravenstone Castle

Ravenstone Castle (Wigtown) Past & Present

Situated in the Machars, Ravenstone is late 16th century L-plan tower house extended in the 17th, again in 18th with a full height, double bowed front and finally with large Victorian wing.

Date added: 02 May 2013
Castlewigg

Castlewigg (Wigtown) Past & Present

Situated about 3 miles NW of Whithorn, Castlewigg presents a sorry state. A panel dates this L-plan tower house to 1595 and vaulting, together with a gun loop, supports the fact.

Date added: 30 Apr 2013
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