RM2A5C0CJ–A sunny afternoon amongst the restored and preserved remains of Castle Sinclair Girnigoe in Wick, UK. Built in 15th century, right on the coastline.
RMP5DR2C–N/A. English: Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, Caithness, Scotland, illustration from James Traill Calder, Sketch of the Civil and Traditional History of Caithness from the Tenth Century (1861). 1861. Unknown engraver 281 Castle Sinclair Girnigoe Calder
RFR04N7E–Scottish Castle Sinclair Girnigoe - placed on high cliffs in eastern coast of Highlands.
RMHY1CMP–Walkers approaching Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, Noss Head, near Wick, Caithness, Scotland, UK
RM2G1FMN2–Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, castle ruin, coast, cliff, Sinclairs Bay, rocky outcrop, Clan Sinclair, Wick, Caithness, Keiss, North East Coast
RMJFEXN4–Castle Sinclair Girnigoe near Wick, Noss Head, Caithness, Scotland, UK
RMBXWM4E–Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, Wick, Caithness, Highlands, Scotland, United Kingdom
RMBH449M–Window detail of old red sandstone used to build Sinclair castle.
RMTR67EW–sea stack by castle girnigoe sinclair, United Kingdom, Scotland, Caithness, Wick
RMF1RKJN–Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, Wick, Caithness, Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe.
RFR38CA1–Castle Sinclair Girnigoe cliffs on east coast of Scotland in sunrise
RMB3Y8J0–Scotland, Caithness. The ruins of Castle Girnigoe & Castle Sinclair look across Sinclair's Bay. Dating back to the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries they were once the stronghold for the Earls of Caithness
RFR05HXJ–Scottish fortress of Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, the most spectacular ruin in the North of Scotland, in the Highlands near Wick on the east coast of Caithness.
RF2AFC8A0–Castle Sinclair Girnigoe cliffs on east coast of Scotland in sunrise
RMMHN7TX–Castle Sinclair Girnigoe,
RMBJTG83–Keiss Castle, Caithness, Scotland, 1924-1926. Artist: Valentine & Sons
RFMYM2CJ–A sea stack on the shore of Sinclair's Bay near Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, Wick, Caithness, Scotland. 22 May 2018.
RF2BMMWA8–Ruins of Castle Sinclair near Wick, Caithness Scotland, wooden bridge leading to stone ruins of castle. On route of North Coast 500.
RMD95XBK–John Sinclair of Ulster (1754-1835) Scottish politician, economist and writer on finance and agriculture, born at Thurso Castle, Caithness, Scotland. Author of 'Statistical Account of Scotland' (21 volumes, 1791-1799). Engraving after the portrait by Henry Raeburn showing Sinclair in Highland dress. From 'A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen' by Thomas Thomson (1870).
RMB3Y8J6–Scotland, Caithness. The ruins of Castle Girnigoe & Castle Sinclair look across Sinclair's Bay. Dating back to the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries they were once the stronghold for the Earls of Caithness
RFR05HYA–bay beach of the Castle Sinclair Girnigoe from Sinclair's Bay. The medieval and renaissance fortress is the most spectacular ruin in the North of Scotland. Bay for boat docking.
RF2AGDCAP–Castle Sinclair Girnigoe cliffs on east coast of Scotland in sunrise
RMMHN7TP–Castle Sinclair Girnigoe,
RFPJRXR7–Castle Sinclair Girnigoe cliffs on east coast of Scotland in sunrise
RF2JMXTXE–Wick, United Kingdom - 26 June, 2022: view of the Caithness coast and the ruins of the historic Castle Sinclair Girnigoe
RFKFJ7C0–Ackergill Tower Hotel, Wick, Caithness, Scotland, United Kingdom
RMTXGF0H–New Zealand Prime Minister Richard John Seddon 1897 At Hawarden Castle with British Prime Minister William Gladstone. Richard John Seddon (22 June 1845 – 10 June 1906) is to date the longest-serving Prime Minister of New Zealand. He is regarded by some, including historian Keith Sinclair, as one of New Zealand's greatest political leaders.
RF2HTBBAT–Low angle portrait of the ruins of the Castle Sinclair Girnigoe in Caithness, Scotland
RMEEXP5X–Wick, Sinclair Castle
RMD31Y15–The Castle of Sinclair and Girnigoe, on the Caithness coast, north of Wick in the Scottish Highlands
RMHY1CP3–Coastal path near Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, Noss Head, near Wick, Caithness, Scotland, UK
RMBB8BAX–Ruins of Sinclair & Girnigoe Castle on cliffs, Noss Head, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe
RMJT9A7F–Ruins of Sinclair Girnigoe castle on clifftop with background of blue ocean under blue sky at Noss Head, near Thurso, Scotland
RMBXWM3T–Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, Wick, Caithness, Highlands, Scotland, United Kingdom
RMS2C2FG–Sinclair bay castle window, Scotland
RM2F35HTP–Castle Sinclair Girnigoe in Wick, Scotland
RMF2195H–A 19th century view of Roslin Castle, a partially ruined castle near the village of Roslin in Midlothian, Scotland. There has been a castle on the site since the early 14th century, when the Sinclair family, Earls of Caithness and Barons of Roslin, fortified the site, although the present ruins are of slightly later date. Following destruction during the War of the Rough Wooing of 1544, the castle was rebuilt. This structure, built into the cliffs of Roslin Glen, has remained at least partially habitable ever since.
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