Scottish Castles Association

Preserving the Past for the Future

Castles in their Past and Present State

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Littledean Tower (Roxburghshire) - Past and Present

A tower with a turbulent history and unique design, Littledean is in critical condition.

Date added: 29 Sep 2015
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Isle Tower (Wigtown) - Past and Present

A tower which Nigel Tranter claimed could be the latest - and also the most southerly - castle in Scotland reveals its charms and how they have stood the test of time.

Date added: 01 Sep 2015

Rossend Castle (Fife) - Past and Present

Rossend Castle stands proudly above the Firth of Forth and once provided a lodging for Mary Queen of Scots - and allegedly a French poet whose evening with the Queen came to an unsavoury end.

Date added: 23 Aug 2015

Blairquhan Castle (Ayr) - Past and Present

This (apparent) Tudor Gothic mansion of 1820 hides a secret...

Date added: 23 Jul 2015

Torwoodlee Tower (Selkirk) - Past and Present

A look at Torwoodlee Tower's fate over the years and how the funding recently secured by it could help stem its deterioration in the future.

Date added: 02 Jul 2015

Barochan House (Renfrew) - Past and Lost

Barochan House, near Houston in Renfrew, was a 16th century tower house replacing an earlier castle. Lost forever, this is a glimpse of what once was.

Date added: 11 Jun 2015

Craufurdland Castle (Ayr) - Past and Present

Situated near Kilmarnock in rural Ayrshire, Craufurdland is a Gothic castle of 1830. Look closer, however, and there is more than meets the eye.

Date added: 04 Jun 2015

Newark Castle (Ayr) - Past and Present

Newark Castle, near Ayr, has weathered the centuries well and is in excellent condition today.

Date added: 21 May 2015

Gargunnock House (Stirling) - Past and Present

At first glance Gargunnock House appears a typical 18th century mansion... but look closer.

Date added: 02 Apr 2015

Stalker Castle (Argyll) - Past and Present

One of the most iconic castles of Scotland, Stalker stands on a rocky islet at the mouth of Loch Laich in Appin. It was roofless from 1831 until 1965 when it was restored.

Date added: 02 Apr 2015
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