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Dunrobin Castle
Title: Dunrobin Castle
Description: Dunrobin Castle is a magnificent building surrounded by formal gardens right on the east coast. Built by Earl of Sutherland, originally in 1275, it was converted into the building we see today in 1845. It even has its own fire engines and railway station on the Far North Line.
Date: July 1988
Dunrobin Castle
Title: Dunrobin Castle
Description: This view shows the north face of the castle with views out to the North Sea over the gardens.
Date: July 1988
Dunrobin Castle - North Gardens
Title: Dunrobin Castle - North Gardens
Description: This view shows the gardens as seen from the castle. Beyond the garden wall lies the beach.
Date: July 1988
Dunrobin Castle - West Face
Title: Dunrobin Castle - West Face
Description: This view shows the rear of the castle and the main entrance.
Date: July 1988
Dunrobin Castle -
Title: Dunrobin Castle - West Face
Description: This view from the south gardens shows the full impact of the stunning castle frontage.
Date: July 1988
Dunrobin Castle - South Gardens
Title: Dunrobin Castle - South Gardens
Description: The formal gardens are split into two sections, both facing the beach. This is the south garden.
Date: July 1988
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