Bruce's Flagstaff :: Shared Description

The original flagstaff was erected in 1928 to commemorate the (traditional) association of King Robert the Bruce with the Castlehill area of Dumbarton. See a Geograph article Link for a detailed discussion of the flagstaff and the traditions. By late 2018, it had been replaced by a different flagstaff (with octagonal cross-section, and not spliced), but it was still topped by the crown-and-battle-axe weather vane.
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NS3875 : Bruce's Flagstaff by Lairich Rig
NS3875 : Bruce's Flagstaff by Lairich Rig
NS3875 : Plaque on Bruce's Flagstaff by Lairich Rig
NS3875 : Bruce's flagstaff: detail by Lairich Rig
NS3875 : Bruce's Flagstaff: detail by Lairich Rig
NS3875 : Bruce's Flagstaff by Lairich Rig


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Created: Sat, 21 Nov 2009, Updated: Thu, 15 Nov 2018

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