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The ruins of Dunskey Castle, Portpatrick

Dunskey is a 3 storey Tower House built around 1510 by the Adairs of Kinhilt who also owned the Castle of St John in nearby Stranraer. The castle was extended by Hugh Montgomery in the 17th century but fell in to ruin around 1684.

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