Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle

 

Slains

Now a crumbling ruin, Slains castle started life as a tower house. The original Slains castle (at a separate site south of Cruden Bay) was destroyed by King James VII in retaliation for support given to the rebellious uprising of 1594. In 1597 a the Earl of Errol built a tower house north of Cruden Bay to become the replacement castle.  Read more » 

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle

 

Slains

Now a crumbling ruin, Slains castle started life as a tower house. The original Slains castle (at a separate site south of Cruden Bay) was destroyed by King James VII in retaliation for support given to the rebellious uprising of 1594. In 1597 a the Earl of Errol built a tower house north of Cruden Bay to become the replacement castle.  Read more » 

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle

 

Slains

Now a crumbling ruin, Slains castle started life as a tower house. The original Slains castle (at a separate site south of Cruden Bay) was destroyed by King James VII in retaliation for support given to the rebellious uprising of 1594. In 1597 a the Earl of Errol built a tower house north of Cruden Bay to become the replacement castle.  Read more » 

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle

 

Slains

Now a crumbling ruin, Slains castle started life as a tower house. The original Slains castle (at a separate site south of Cruden Bay) was destroyed by King James VII in retaliation for support given to the rebellious uprising of 1594. In 1597 a the Earl of Errol built a tower house north of Cruden Bay to become the replacement castle.  Read more » 

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle

 

Slains

Now a crumbling ruin, Slains castle started life as a tower house. The original Slains castle (at a separate site south of Cruden Bay) was destroyed by King James VII in retaliation for support given to the rebellious uprising of 1594. In 1597 a the Earl of Errol built a tower house north of Cruden Bay to become the replacement castle.  Read more » 

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle

 

Slains

Now a crumbling ruin, Slains castle started life as a tower house. The original Slains castle (at a separate site south of Cruden Bay) was destroyed by King James VII in retaliation for support given to the rebellious uprising of 1594. In 1597 a the Earl of Errol built a tower house north of Cruden Bay to become the replacement castle.  Read more » 

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle

 

Slains

Now a crumbling ruin, Slains castle started life as a tower house. The original Slains castle (at a separate site south of Cruden Bay) was destroyed by King James VII in retaliation for support given to the rebellious uprising of 1594. In 1597 a the Earl of Errol built a tower house north of Cruden Bay to become the replacement castle.  Read more » 

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle

 

Slains

Now a crumbling ruin, Slains castle started life as a tower house. The original Slains castle (at a separate site south of Cruden Bay) was destroyed by King James VII in retaliation for support given to the rebellious uprising of 1594. In 1597 a the Earl of Errol built a tower house north of Cruden Bay to become the replacement castle.  Read more » 

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle

 

Slains

Now a crumbling ruin, Slains castle started life as a tower house. The original Slains castle (at a separate site south of Cruden Bay) was destroyed by King James VII in retaliation for support given to the rebellious uprising of 1594. In 1597 a the Earl of Errol built a tower house north of Cruden Bay to become the replacement castle.  Read more » 

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Slains Castle

 

Slains

Now a crumbling ruin, Slains castle started life as a tower house. The original Slains castle (at a separate site south of Cruden Bay) was destroyed by King James VII in retaliation for support given to the rebellious uprising of 1594. In 1597 a the Earl of Errol built a tower house north of Cruden Bay to become the replacement castle.  Read more »