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Publication drawing: Finchairn castle, plans.
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View of ten small photographs variously identified; the top five images are variously identified buildings or ruins and the lower five images are of highland cattle. 
Of the identifiable buildings, the upper-left image is a view of the front of Colonsay House, Colonsay, Argyll. The upper-right image is a wide view of the ruins of a medieval parish church, dedicated to St Columba, known as 'Kilneuair Chapel', at Kilmichael Glassary, Argyll.
The upper-central left image is a view of a boat moored at the Fincharn Castle ruins on the south end of Loch Awe, Argyll. The upper-central right image is another, more detailed, view of the ruins of a medieval parish church, dedicated to St Columba, known as 'Kilneuair Chapel', at Kilmichael Glassary, Argyll.
The central right image is another, more detailed, view of the Fincharn Castle ruins on the south end of Loch Awe, Argyll. 

PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM No. 187, (cf PAs 186 and 188) Rev. J.B. MacKenzie of Colonsay Albums,1870, vol.2.
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View of castle with sailing boat in foreground. Titled:  '166. Fincharn Castle, Lochawe'.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of the castle and hall-house, taken from the SSE.
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General view of the remains of Fioncharn Castle.
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View of the ruins of the late medieval Finchard Castle with moored boat in the foreground, situated on the promontory near the south end of Loch Awe with the view of its eastern shore in the foreground, Lochawe, Kilmichael Glassary.
Titled: '166. Fincharn Castle, Lochawe.'
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO 186: J B MACKENZIE ALBUMS vol.1
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Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of the castle and hall-house, taken from the NW.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of the castle and hall-house, taken from the WNW.
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Page 26/2. Distant view of Fincharn Castle.
Titled 'Fincharn Castle/'
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM No. 146 : THE ANNAN ALBUM.
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View of the late medieval Fincharn Castle with three boating men in the foreground, situated on the promontory near the south end of Loch Awe with the view of its eastern shore in the foreground, Lochawe, Kilmichael Glassary. Vignetted Image.
Titled: '165. Fincharn Castle, Lochawe.'
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO 186: J B MACKENZIE ALBUMS vol.1
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Oblique aerial view.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the remains of the castle and hall-house, taken from the WSW.
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General oblique aerial view of Loch Awe, taken from the SSW.
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View of the late medieval Fincharn Castle on a promontory near the south end of Loch Awe with the view of its eastern shore in the foreground, Lochawe, Kilmichael Glassary. Vignetted Image
Titled: '164. Fincharn Castle.'
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO 186: J B MACKENZIE ALBUMS vol.1
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