Scottish Brochs Pictures, Architecture, Book, Locations, Borders, Glenelg, Abbey St Bathans, Photos
Scottish Brochs Architecture
Photos of Ancient Architecture in Scotland: Circular Historic Structures Information
Dun Edin Broch
Abbey St Bathans, nr Duns, Borders, Scotland, UK
Scottish Brochs Books – a useful resource, this publication provides a national perspective on these fascinating ancient circular structures.
More images of Dun Edin Broch:
Edin’s Hall Broch (also Edinshall Broch; Odin’s Hall Broch) is a 2nd-century broch near Duns in the Borders of Scotland. It is one of very few brochs found in southern Scotland. It is roughly 28 metres in diameter.
In the late 18th century this site was called “Wooden’s Hall or Castle” (Woden the chief god from Anglo-Saxon mythology). Its later name change apparently recalls the legend of the three-headed giant The Red Ettin known in tales and ballads.
Photographs of Glenelg Broch, northwest Scotland near Skye:
More Brochs in Scotland are welcome – please send information and credited photos
Dun Edin Broch – no larger photo © Adrian J Welch
Architecture in Scotland
Scottish Architecture Designs – chronological list
Historic Scottish Houses – key historical residential architecture around Scotland
Contemporary Architecture in Scotland – architectural selection below:
Loch Tay Boat House, northwest of Perth, central Scotland
Architect: McKenzie Strickland Associates
photograph : Keith Hunter
Loch Tay Boat House
A cave created beneath the Boathouse allows a speedboat to be driven in and tethered to the ceiling before an electric winch hoists it into mooring position. The living space above includes a kitchenette, shower room and a fold-away bed.
Quarry Studios, Scottish Highlands
Design: Moxon Architects
image courtesy of architects office
Scottish Highlands Studios
Spyon Cop, Cairngorms National Park, Northeast Scotland
Architects: Brown + Brown
image : Touch 3D
Contemporary Property in Cairngorms National Park
Traquair, Scottish Borders
Best Building in Scotland
Best Building in Scotland Award
Buildings / photos for the Scottish Brochs page welcome