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Stock photo ID:174818487
Upload date:July 26, 2013


'THIS CASTLE IS AN UNINHABITED RUIN. Situated on the top of a small rocky hill, Duddo Tower was originally an early 15th century stone tower house and barmkin, founded by the Clavering family. In 1496, King James IV of Scotland, destroyed the fortalice, which stood in the commanding position. The Clavering family, used its remains in the construction of a late 16th century L-plan tower house. The wing, which contained a spiral staircase, had a projecting turret above the entrance. Standing to the height of the parapet, the south-west corner of the tower is all that remains.More of my images from around Britain in this lightbox:'
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