Dorothy Dunnett

Linlithgow Palace and St.Michael's Church

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Linlithgow Palace and St Michael's Church with a partly frozen loch and a large bird population lit by a late afternoon sun, taken from the western side of the loch. A view from the other side of the loch taken from the Mercat Press title Edinburgh Lothians and the Borders in the Exploring Scotland's Heritage series.
The Royal Coats of Arms above the entrance archway of the Palace grounds The Great Hall of the Palace
Detail from part of the decoration on the Palace walls Part of the interior of the courtyard
The original entrance on the East Wing of the Palace. Originally there were two towers here onto which the drawbridge was lowered. The two vertical slots above the arch were for the drawbridge chains The stained glass window in St Michael's church next to which the plaque commemorating Adorne is situated. The plaque can just be seen on the left, reflecting the window.



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