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Ruined castle overlooking Kilchattan Bay

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Ruined castle overlooking Kilchattan Bay. Only a small amount of the ruins remain above ground. Involves a significant walk over rough ground.

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The large image depicting Kelspoke Castle used at the top of this page is a derivative work based on an original image by Leslie Barrie published under CC-BY-SA 2.0 The original image was cropped. The original image was stylised. The derivative work may therefore be reused under CC-BY-SA 2.0.