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Mauldslie Castle, West Lodge

Gate Lodge (19th Century)

Site Name Mauldslie Castle, West Lodge

Classification Gate Lodge (19th Century)

Alternative Name(s) Mauldslie Bridge

Canmore ID 200102

Site Number NS85SW 56.02

NGR NS 80328 50238

Datum OSGB36 - NGR

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/site/200102

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Administrative Areas

  • Council South Lanarkshire
  • Parish Dalserf
  • Former Region Strathclyde
  • Former District Hamilton
  • Former County Lanarkshire

Architecture Notes

NS85SW 56.02 80328 50238 Mauldslie Castle, West Lodge

NS85SW 56.01 80926 50396 Mauldslie Castle, Stables

NS85SW 56.00 80836 50387 Mauldslie Castle

NS85SW 56.03 80910 50088 Mauldslie Castle, Burial-Ground

NS85SW 56.04 80954 50054 Mauldslie Castle, Lodge

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Desk Based Assessment (7 July 2017)

West Lodge stands on the west bank of the River Clyde, S of Dalserf, and was built in 1861, as a gate-lodge with private bridge (NS85SW 39) to the now demolished Maudslie Castle (NS85SW 56), some 500m to the east across the Clyde. The lodge is gothic detailed with two storeys and a raised basement. It is built of polished cream sandstone ashlar and has crow-stepped gables.

Information from HES Survey and Recording (AMcC) 7 July 2017.

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