Buchanan Castle, Stirlingshire (now a ruin)

Scotland. Stirlingshire. Lost Country Houses

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  • Buchanan Castle, Stirlingshire (now a ruin)


  • Buchanan Castle, Stirlingshire (now a ruin)


  • Buchanan Castle, Stirlingshire (now a ruin)



  • Buchanan Castle, Drymen, Stirlingshire, Scotland

    The ruins of the mansion of the Dukes of Montrose. The house was designed by William Burn and built c1850. It was unroofed in 1954 www.ipernity.com/doc/buildings/32942075/ in/album/669433

  • Buchanan Castle, Drymen, Stirlingshire, Scotland

    The ruins of the mansion of the Dukes of Montrose. The house was designed by William Burn and built c1850. It was unroofed in 1954 www.ipernity.com/doc/buildings/32942075/ in/album/669433

  • Buchanan Castle, Drymen, Stirlingshire, Scotland

    The ruins of the mansion of the Dukes of Montrose. The house was designed by William Burn and built c1850. It was unroofed in 1954


  • Carbrook House, Larbert, Stirlingshire (Demolished c1946)


  • Carronhall House, Larbert, Stirlingshire, Scotland (Demolished)

    A seat of the Dundas family. Possilby at least partially designed by James Gibbs

  • Craigton House, Fintry, Stirlingshire, Scotland (Demolished)

    Built in 1867 to the designs of John Honeyman, altered and extended to the designs of Honeyman and Keppie c1889-90, possibly with the assistance of the young Charles Rennie Mackintosh


  • Dineiddwg, Strathblane, Stirlingshire

    Designed by Honeyman, Keppie and Mackintosh for William Beattie, 1904. Now partly demolished (about a third of the house has gone). The Mackintosh in this case is Charles Rennie Mackintosh

  • Dunmore House, Stirlingshire, Scotland (roof removed 1972 and now a ruin)


  • Gartur House, Stirlingshire

    Gartur is a seventeenth century house which was greatly extended in the early nineteenth century for the Murray family of Polmaise Castle it has decayed rapidly in recent years


  • Gartur House, Stirlingshire

    Gartur is a seventeenth century house which was greatly extended in the early nineteenth century for the Murray family of Polmaise Castle it has decayed rapidly in recent years

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    Gartur is a seventeenth century house which was greatly extended in the early nineteenth century for the Murray family of Polmaise Castle it has decayed rapidly in recent years

  • Gartur House, Stirlingshire

    Gartur is a seventeenth century house which was greatly extended in the early nineteenth century for the Murray family of Polmaise Castle it has decayed rapidly in recent years


  • The Stable Block, Gartur House, Stirlingshire


  • The Stable Block, Gartur House, Stirlingshire


  • The Stable Block, Gartur House, Stirlingshire



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