Arran, Brodick Castle And The Bay 1890
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Now owned by the National Trust for Scotland, Brodick Castle, once the seat of the Dukes of Hamilton, dates from the 14th century. It was from here in 1307 that the Bruce launched his campaign to liberate mainland Scotland from the English. Brodick was enlarged when garrisoned by Cromwell's troops, and the tower is a mid 19th-century addition.

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