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View of North East entrance bridge from fosse.

SC 457778

Description View of North East entrance bridge from fosse.

Catalogue Number SC 457778

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of B 7878

Scope and Content North-east entrance bridge from the fosse (dry moat) at Inveraray Castle, Argyll and Bute Inveraray Castle, a good example of early Gothic Revival style, was begun in 1745 to designs by the architect Roger Morris (1695-1749). The architect John Vanbrugh (1664-1726) and Dugald Campbell, a military engineer (d.1757), may have provided ideas. The north-east bridge was designed by Morris but built in 1755-6 by George Hunter with minor variations from Morris's plan. Originally the bridge was similar to the south-west bridge. In 1871 the parapet openings were infilled and the finials removed. Sir Digby Wyatt (1820-77), architect, designed a porch in glass and iron to celebrate the marriage of Princess Louise to the Marquess of Lorne. The porch is reminiscent of Wyatt's work on Paddington Railway Station, London. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.

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