Hume Castle

Hume Castle, named for the widely influential family who owned it, served many defensive roles throughout Scottish history. Initially built in the 13th century as a heavily defended castle, it was later modified for use as a lookout post during Napoleonic and Second World wars. Its ruins now stand high above the town of Hume, where it serves as a glorious landmark in the skyline.

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