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Brodick Castle
Title: Brodick Castle
Description: Brodick Castle, on the Isle of Arran, is mostly Victorian but was built on the site of an original 13th century house. Built by the Dukes of Hamilton, it contains fine collections of furniture and paintings. Being situated on an island, the castle has excellect views over the Firth of Clyde. Owned by the National Trust for Scotland.
Date: July 1985
Brodick Castle - Side View
Title: Brodick Castle - Side View
Description: This view shows the side entrance to the castle.
Date: July 1985
Brodick Castle - Gardens
Title: Brodick Castle - Gardens
Description: The castle gardens include a fine rhododendron collection as well as woodland and walled gardens. The gardens extend to the beach at Brodick Bay.
Date: July 1985
Brodick Castle - Gardens
Title: Brodick Castle - Gardens
Description: This view shows the castle on its hill overlooking the gardens.
Date: July 1985
Brodick Castle - The Bay
Title: Brodick Castle - The Bay
Description: Goatfell rises from Brodick Bay above Brodick Castle (on the right in this picture). It is the highest peak on the Isle of Arran at 874m. From the top you can even see the coast of Ireland.
Date: July 1985
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