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Oblique aerial view.
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Detail of chapel windows.
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Interior showing chapel.
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Engraving of Lochleven Castle showing a square centre tower & surrounding walls
Titled 'Loch-Leven. The Castle, of which this View is given, is built on a small island, situated almost in the middle of Loch-Leven. By whom, or at what period , it was erected, is not known. In the reign of King Robert III a grant was made of it from the crown to Douglas laird of Lock-leven [sic.] This island is famous for being the place of captivity of Mary Queen of Scots; and the ruins of a small building are shewn as her prison. Besides this, there are the remains of a chapel, and a square tower, consisting of a dungeon, and three stories of apartments above, the whole encompassed with a wall.' [Adam de Cardonnell "Picturesque Antiquities of Scotland," 1788.]
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Interior view of west wall.
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The keep, south elevation.
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Lochleven Castle, Castle Island, Loch Leven.  Oblique aerial photograph taken facing north-east.  This image has been produced from a damaged negative.
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Oblique aerial view of Kinross House, taken from the SSE.
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Photographic copy of drawing showing site plan.
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West curtain wall. Interior from  south-west.
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North curtain wall, west of keep.
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Oblique aerial view.
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Oblique aerial view.
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Drawing of Loch Leven Castle.
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View of Lochleven Castle showing fishermen with nets drying.
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Distant view of castle.
Titled: 'Loch Leven Castle'.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM No.33: COURTAULD ALBUM.
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General oblique aerial view of Loch Leven centred on Loch Leven Castle with the Lomond Hills beyond, taken from the SW.
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Lochleven Castle, Castle Island, Loch Leven.  Oblique aerial photograph taken facing north.
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General oblique aerial view looking across Kinross House and Loch Leven towards the snow-covered Lomond Hills, looking ENE.
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Interior view of west wall, 2nd floor.
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The keep from NW.
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Linlithgow Palace and Lochleven.
Drawings of Queen Mary's cradle from Linlithgow Palace and inlaid oak cabinet from Lochleven.
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Oblique aerial view of Lochleven Castle.
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Oblique aerial view of Lochleven Castle.
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