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This was the home of the Queen Mother.
wow love this one :)
Great set LauraJane
Nice set, lj. Thanks.
Thanks for stopping by, PLG!
Love the close-up!
Thanks pumpkin and oddio. Glad you can join me on my tour of Glamis. I have some more to post tomorrow.
Great photo, LauraJane.
The blue sky is the perfect background for the clock and the turrets.
It was a crystal clear day and we had the bluest sky imaginable, as you can see! Scotland in November? Who would have thought? Thank you, chickie.
PG...the clock tower houses the castle's archives which include a wide range of historical material relating to the castle and the Bowes and Lyon families. I don't know the age of the actual clock itself.
Yes,morris, they have turrets a-plenty!
No elevators inside, lyndee, which would be unfortuante for anyone disabled.
It looks like you need to have a good pair of walking shoes on to tour this place.......don't suppose they elevators inside!
Nice shot Laura! Look at that blue sky too!
I have been in a number of times, but not this time. I let my friends go in and take the tour, while I sat in the coffee shop reading a book by the fire place. It was delightful. No one is allowed to take photos inside the castle. They say the flashs of thousands of cameras per year can damage the colors in the antique fabrics. That may be so, but I bet they also want to sell the souvenir picture book. It is quite spectacular inside! All of the rooms are set up like they would have been hundreds of years ago. .
Love the turrets!!
That must be a very old clock.
Did you get to go inside of this castle Laurajane?