Culross Town Photos

The National Trust for Scotland (NTS) acquired, restored and found new uses for much of the heritage village of Culross on the north shore of the Firth of Forth. It is a highlight of Scotland.

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Culross Palace run as house museum by National Trust for Scotland. Culross, Scotland.Culross Palace merchant's house museum. Culross, Scotland.Bessie Bar Hall malthouse now tearoom for Culross Palace. Culross, Scotland.West Green street seen from window of Culross Palace. Culross, Scotland.
Culross Palace run as house museum by National Trust for Scotland (NTS). Culross, Scotland. Culross Palace (1597) merchant's house museum. Culross, Scotland.Bessie Bar Hall malthouse (c1776) now tearoom for Culross Palace. Culross, Scotland.West Green street seen from window of Culross Palace. Culross, Scotland.
Sandhaven 17thC street running from yellow Palace to Town council house. Culross, Scotland.Culross Town House former council chamber, court & prison. Culross, Scotland.Culross Town House clock tower. Culross, Scotland.Heritage house on courtyard behind Culross Town House. Culross, Scotland.
Sandhaven 17thC street running from yellow Palace to Town council house. Culross, Scotland.Culross Town House (1626) former council chamber, court & prison. Culross, Scotland.Culross Town House clock tower (1626). Culross, Scotland.Heritage house on courtyard behind Culross Town House. Culross, Scotland.
Heritage house with three-story facade with crowsteps roofline. Culross, Scotland.Low Causeway streetscape with Red Lion & Culross Town House tower beyond. Culross, Scotland.Red Lion Inn (originally a merchant's house. Culross, Scotland.Mid Causeway heritage streetscape. Culross, Scotland.
Heritage house with three-story facade with crowsteps roofline. Culross, Scotland.Low Causeway streetscape with Red Lion & Culross Town House tower beyond. Culross, Scotland.Red Lion Inn (originally a merchant's house (c1570-1640) (Low Causeway). Culross, Scotland.Mid Causeway heritage streetscape. Culross, Scotland.
Seth's House beside 17thC house now a substation. Culross, Scotland.Red heritage house. Culross, Scotland.Monogram on red heritage house. Culross, Scotland.Pink house with Greek inscription on lintel. Culross, Scotland.
Seth's House (17th-18thC) (20 Mid Causeway) beside 17thC house now a substation. Culross, Scotland.Red heritage house (1676). Culross, Scotland.Monogram on red heritage house (1676). Culross, Scotland.Pink house (17th C) (2 Tanhouse Brae) with Greek inscription on lintel. Culross, Scotland.
3 & 4 Tanhouse Brae houses with crowsteps. Culross, Scotland.Mercat cross. Culross, Scotland.Unicorn atop mercat cross originally erected 1588. Culross, Scotland.Mercat cross sign. Culross, Scotland.
3 & 4 Tanhouse Brae houses with crowsteps (17th-18thC). Culross, Scotland.Mercat cross. Culross, Scotland.Unicorn atop mercat cross originally erected 1588. Culross, Scotland.Mercat cross sign. Culross, Scotland.
Doorway to The Study built as home of rich merchant on Mercat Cross square. Culross, Scotland.Balgownie Mansion House & ironwork fence. Culross, Scotland.West Green heritage streetscape. Culross, Scotland.Old Schoolhouse on West Green. Culross, Scotland.
Doorway to The Study (c1610) built as home of rich merchant on Mercat Cross square. Culross, Scotland. Balgownie Mansion House (with parts dating from 18thC) & ironwork fence. Culross, Scotland.West Green heritage streetscape. Culross, Scotland.Old Schoolhouse on West Green. Culross, Scotland.
January House & 14 Sandhaven. Culross, Scotland.Flower in Culross. Culross, Scotland.Plantings in Culross. Culross, Scotland.Heritage house on Low Causeway. Culross, Scotland.
January House (19thC) & 14 Sandhaven (aka Cutler's House) (18thC). Culross, Scotland.Flower in Culross. Culross, Scotland.Plantings in Culross. Culross, Scotland.Heritage house on Low Causeway. Culross, Scotland.
Stephen Memorial Hall. Culross, Scotland.Stone heritage house. Culross, Scotland.Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.Chapels & transept sections of Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.
Stephen Memorial Hall (1883) (Little Causeway). Culross, Scotland.Stone heritage house. Culross, Scotland.Culross Abbey Church (c1500). Culross, Scotland. Style: Romanesque.Chapels & transept sections of Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.
Romanesque doorway of Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.Interior of Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.Family tomb of Sir George Bruce of Carnock builder of mining industry & castle in Culross at Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.Kneeling sculpted children of Sir George Bruce of Carnock before his tomb at Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.
Romanesque doorway of Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.Interior of Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.Family tomb (1642) of Sir George Bruce of Carnock builder of mining industry & castle in Culross at Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.Kneeling sculpted children of Sir George Bruce of Carnock before his tomb at Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.
Inscription of Sir George Bruce of Carnock tomb at Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.Stained glass window with Mary flanked by St. Serf & St. Mungo at Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.Stained glass window with Mary ringed by biblical episodes at Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.Graveyard at Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.
Inscription of Sir George Bruce of Carnock tomb at Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.Stained glass window (1906) with Mary flanked by St. Serf & St. Mungo at Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.Stained glass window (1906) with Mary ringed by biblical episodes at Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.Graveyard at Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.
House & garden near Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.House & garden near Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.

House (1824) & garden near Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.House (1824) & garden near Culross Abbey Church. Culross, Scotland.


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