Dupplin Castle - Ref: WC2489
This photograph shows the third Dupplin Castle. It was built near the site of the Battle of Duuplin (12th August 1332), when Edward Baliol surprised and routed the superior forces of the new Regent, March, killing him and 13, 000 of his men.
The previous building was destroyed by fire in 1827, though a valuable library of first editions of classics and many paintings were saved. This Tudor colossus was constructed from 1828-32 to plans by William Burn. It was home to the Hay family.