13 May 2019 | Featured News
The Spring edition of Good News, the magazine of the RPCS, is now available to download. It features articles by Dr. Tim Donachie on the…
The ruins of Caerlaverock Castle near Dumfries.
Beseiged by a Covenanter army in 1640, it held out for 13 weeks before surrendering. This photo shows the destroyed curtain wall which was pulled down so supporters of Charles I could never use it as a place of defence again.
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