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Cambusnethan Priory North Lanarkshire, Scotland The house that was formerly on the property burned down in 1810 allowing for Cambusnethan Priory to be built in 1819. In 1980 the building was converted to a hotel however it had to be closed in 1984 for public safety. Now the building is abandoned and left to nature [...]

Cambusnethan Priory, Scotland - Built in 1820 for the Lockhart family of Castlehill, it is one of the few remaining examples of gothic revival architecture in Scotland. The house was converted into a hotel in but the hotel closed in and has si

The Scotts of Buccleuch. Newark Castle, Selkirk by Ardintigh. Newark Castle is a large, ruined tower house standing in the grounds of Bowhill House, in the valley of the Yarrow Water three miles west of Selkirk in the Scottish Borders. In addition to the keep, sections of a gatehouse and wall survive.

archaicwonder: “ Newark Castle, Selkirk is a large, ruined tower house standing in the grounds of Bowhill House, in the valley of the Yarrow Water three miles west of Selkirk in the Scottish Borders.

༺✿༺ Loch Assynt, Sutherland. Close to Ardvreck Castle on Loch Assynt, is the double gable ended ruin of Calda House, owned by the 2nd Mackenzie of Assynt. Scotland.

Close to Ardvreck Castle on Loch Assynt, is the double gable ended ruin of Calda House, owned by the Mackenzie of Assynt.

Stanely Castle ~ was originally an early 15th century stone rectangular keep or tower house, founded by the Maxwells of Newark. Scotland

Stanely Castle, Paisley, was originally an early century stone rectangular keep or tower house, founded by the Maxwells of Newark.

fort augustus scotland | Fort Augustus, Dec. 2003

fort augustus scotland | Fort Augustus, Dec. 2003

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West Lothian is the happiest place in Scotland, and here you will find plenty to smile about. This is Edinburgh - The Official Guide to Edinburgh

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