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Portencross Castle, West Kilbride

Portencross Castle is a 14th century fortified tower house strategically situated on the shoreline at the entrance to the Upper Clyde. It was built around 1360 by Sir Robert Boyd, a loyal supporter of Robert the Bruce during the Wars of Scottish Independence, and occupied until the 18th century. The crumbling structure underwent major renovation in 2009/10.


Copyright: Gary Davies
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16432x8216
Taken: 12/07/2017
Uploaded: 14/09/2017
Updated: 06/10/2017


Tags: portencross; castle; scotland; ruins; ancient monument; fortification; firth of clyde; day; rocks; 14th century; west kilbride; scottish; boyd; seascape; historic building; heritage; ayrshire; tower house; robert the bruce
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