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This gallery has photographs of Scottish Castles and Fortresses, Stately Homes and Gardens, old churches or kirks and includes most of the following:
Auchindoir Church; Auchindoun Castle; Balmoral Castle; Balvenie Castle; Bass of Inverurie; Bellabeg Motte; Braemar Castle; Brodie Castle; Castle Fraser; Corgarff Castle; Corrichie Monument; Corse O’Neil Castle; Craigellachie Bridge; Crathes Castle; Crathie Kirk; Dalgetie Castle; Deer Abbey; Drum Castle; Duff House; Duffus Castle; Dunnideer; Dunnottar Castle; Elgin Cathedral; Esslemont Castle; Fasque House; Fetternear House; Findlater; Fordyce; Fyvie Castle; Gairnshiel Bridge; Glenbuchat Castle; Haddo House; Hallforest Castle; Huntly Castle; Inchdrewer Castle; Invercauld Bridge O’Dee; Kildrummy Castle; Kincardine O’Neil Kirk; Kindrochit Castle; Kinloss Abbey; Kinneff Church; Knock Castle; Leith Hall; Mar Lodge; Marnoch Kirkyard; Mid Mar Kirk; Monymusk Kirk; Peel of Lumphanan; Pitmedden Gardens; Pluscarden Priory or Abbey; Ruthven Barracks; Slains Castle; Tolquhon Castle; Tullich Kirk; Fort George;
Drum Castle qax0819jhp 
 Drum Castle Spring east aspect tower flag flying blue sky sunny Aberdeenshire Scotland medieval tower Jacobean mansion was formerly a royal residence with the Great Tower dating from the reign of King William the Lion, late 13th century. Granted to the Irvine family by Robert the Bruce has been under their care from 1323 to 1976, including Forest of Drum, a royal hunting park and the Old Wood with ancient oaks, geans and Caledonian Pines. Any of my photographs are for scenic/tourist use only and cannot be used for product endorsement without the explicit permission of the NTS. Please contact their Edinburgh Head Office at Hermiston Quay, 5 Cutlins Road, Edinburgh, EH11 4DF. This is a National Trust for Scotland property situated about 10 miles west of Aberdeen on the North Deeside Road and is open to the public all the year round. 
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Photographer: Jim Henderson
Collection: Historic Properties
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Drum Castle qax0819jhp
Upload Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
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Drum Castle Spring east aspect tower flag flying blue sky

sunny Aberdeenshire Scotland medieval tower Jacobean mansion was formerly a royal residence with the Great Tower dating from the reign of King William the Lion, late 13th century. Granted to the Irvine family by Robert the Bruce has been under their care from 1323 to 1976, including Forest of Drum, a royal hunting park and the Old Wood with ancient oaks, geans and Caledonian Pines. Any of my photographs are for scenic/tourist use only and cannot be used for product endorsement without the explicit permission of the NTS. Please contact their Edinburgh Head Office at Hermiston Quay, 5 Cutlins Road, Edinburgh, EH11 4DF. This is a National Trust for Scotland property situated about 10 miles west of Aberdeen on the North Deeside Road and is open to the public all the year round.
Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Aberdeenshire, Royal Deeside, North, East, Drumoak, Peterculter, Drum, Castle, NTS, National, Trust, history, medieval, tower, flag, flying, high, Laigh, hall, Jacobean, mansion, Victorian, lairds, Irvine, family heritage, preserved, woods, green, grass, trees, lime, oaks, lawn, gardens, daffodils, yellow, flowers, plants, shrubs, ferns, rhododendrons, photo, board, sculpture, park, bench, spring, landscape, April, 2018, digital, DSLR, camera, Nikon, D700
 


 

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