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Featured in Sold group on the 2011-01-25 Historic Scotland: http://hsewsf.sedsh.gov.uk/hslive/hsstart?P_HBN... In my quest for my scottish roots, part of my plan when going to Scotland, was to take photos of the castles that belonged in one point in time to the Clan Hay. I visited 3 of the castles and New Delgatie Castle is one of them. Read the story down below… Delgatie Castle is a castle near Turriff, in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. A castle has stood on the site of Delgatie Castle since the year 1030 AD, although the earliest parts of the castle standing today were built between 1570 and 1579. Additional wings and a chapel were added in 1743. The castle was stripped from the disgraced Henry de Beaumont, Earl of Buchan after the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314 and given to Clan Hay (later to become the Earls of Erroll). Mary, Queen of Scots, was a guest at the castle in 1562 after the Battle of Corrichie. Delgatie Castle Like many castles, Delgatie is rumoured to be haunted. A number of reports of a ghostly red-haired figure, supposedly one Alexander Hay, were made by soldiers posted there during the Second World War. Architecturally, the castle consists of a keep, adjoining house and two later wings. Notable features include a very wide turnpike stair and painted ceilings dating from the 16th century in some rooms. Today, the castle and its gardens are owned by the Delgatie Castle Trust. They are open to the public throughout the summer months and suites within the castle itself and a number of cottages the estate are available to rent. ref: Wikipedia
Texture: JoesSistah Location: near Turriff, in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Date: 2010-09-20 Canon EOS 1D Mark IV ISO: 320 Shutter Priority: 1/400 sec. Aperture: F/4.0 Metering Mode: Evaluative Copyright: Yannik Hay Lens: Tamron 28-300mm@39mm Photoshop CS5 for Mac – Camera Raw 6.2