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Monday, 12 May 2008

Scottish Gallows Tree

Scottish Gallows Tree. The gallows tree of Doune, which was blown over in 1878. The little burgh of Doune in Stirlingshire is a proud place, and worthy of its pride. It is the capital of Menteith, more properly Monteith, the mounth of the River Teith, which was once one of the great earldoms and divisions of ancient Scotland. Near by stands one of the finest castles in this, or any other, land. Doune had, inevitably, a stirring history. And it is an attractive place, attractively sited, old fashioned and authentic. Doune Castle.

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