Scalloway Castle :: Shared Description

Scalloway Castle was built in 1599/1600 for Earl Patrick Stewart, the spectacularly unpopular tyrannical ruler of the Northern Isles. He managed to upset just about everyone from the ordinary people to whom he was an appalling oppressive landlord, through his fellow nobles who he treated with disdain, to, eventually, his former friend (and relation) King James VI (later James I of England). His activities finally caught up with him, and he was executed for treason in 1615 - Not many wept!
The castle itself is an approximate L, with a massive tower 8m square attached to the main hall block 18m by 8m. Originally of four stories above ground plus cellars, only the ground and first floors are now accessible as the interior ceilings above the first floor have gone.
by Rob Farrow

11 images use this description:

HU4039 : Scalloway Castle by Stephen McKay
HU4039 : Scalloway Castle - Interior by Rob Farrow
HU4039 : Scalloway Castle - view from the West by Rob Farrow
HU4039 : Scalloway Castle by David Dixon
HU4039 : Scalloway Castle, the Main Hall by David Dixon
HU4039 : Scalloway: castle interior by Chris Downer
HU4039 : Scalloway Castle, the First Floor by David Dixon
HU4039 : Scalloway: the castle by Chris Downer
HU4039 : Scalloway Castle by Sandy Gerrard
HU4039 : Scalloway Castle - from the North by Rob Farrow
HU4039 : Main Hall, Scalloway Castle by David Dixon

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Created: Mon, 14 Nov 2011, Updated: Wed, 5 Aug 2015

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