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Cruggleton Castle

Known locally as the 'Arch' Cruggleton castle dates from many ages, iron age, the dark ages then from from early medieval to the late 17th Centuary, it was a form of tower. This was a very important castle and one of the centres of the Lords of Galloway. Please see the links below.

There is a path running beside the castle which leads onwards towards Garlieston, it's an impressive view point high above the sea..

Also see nearby Cruggleton Church.

Gaming token from the castle


Scottish Castles Association 

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