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Hume Castle Photos Group I

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HCasml24.jpgHume Castle is located 3 miles south of Greenlaw on the B6364

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HCasml26.jpgArtist rendering of Hume Castle before destruction in 1651, image from The Antiquities of Scotland, page 98

HCasml27.jpgAs can be seen from the air, Hume Castle is an empty shell, a replica castle built from the ruins on the old foundations by the third Earl of Marchmont completed in 1789

HCasml25.jpgHume Castle is situated in the most prominate position in the Merse

HCasml01.jpgHume Castle was the sentinel of the Merse for over four hundred years

HCasml02.jpgDating from the 13th century, Hume Castle was captured in 1547 and 1569 before destruction in 1651

HCasml03.jpgThe village of Hume is located at the base of Hume Castle

HCasml04.jpg (Click Here) Marker at Hume Castle placed by Berwickshire Civic Society

HCasml05.jpgNorthwest corner of Hume Castle

HCasml06.jpgEntrance Gate on west wall of Hume Castle


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