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Oblique aerial view of Linlithgow Palace and St Michael's Church, looking N.
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Oblique aerial view of Linlithgow Palace and St Michael's Church, looking N.
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Detail of Great Hall fireplace.
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Linlithgow, general view, showing Linlithgow Palace, St Michael's Church and Loch.  Oblique aerial photograph taken facing east.
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View from SW.
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Detail of canopy over niche.
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Detail of fountain.
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Detail of fountain.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the Palace with the parish church adjacent, taken from the NE.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the Palace with the parish church adjacent, taken from the SSW.
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View of NW angle of courtyard.
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Courtyard, east facade, detail of carving over entrance
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Courtyard, fountain, view from west
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East entrance, detail of corbel under niche
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East entrance, detail of corbel under niche
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East entrance, view from south east
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Courtyard, north facade, central tower, detail of decorated window at 3rd. floor level
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East range, view from south east
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General view of courtyard and fountain.
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Digital copy of section looking N.
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General view of Linlithgow Palace.
Scanned image of engraving by Captain John Slezer.
Copied from Slezer's Theatrum Scotiae. 
Entitled 'The Prospect of their Majesties' Palace of Linlithgow - This plate is most humbly inscribed to the Honorable Sir James Cunynghame of Milncraig Bar.
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View SW.
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East range, general view from south east
Digital image of D 62842
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Courtyard, fountain, view from south west
Digital image of D 62918 CN
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