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Parbroath Castle

Ruined Seton Castle with only vaulting still visible in middle of agricultural field. Walk up.


Only a dovecot in standing position and some vaulting remains of this ancient castle that dates back to 12 century It was once quite a substantial castle but after 1633 started to fall into ruin and then in C19th the stone was largely removed for other purposes or to fill in the moat.

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In the middle of agricultural field.

Related Clans

Seton

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Just to the north of the intersection of the A92 and A913 north of Cupar. The castle remnants are in the middle of field before the Fernie Burn.

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