Ruthven Barracks was built by the Hanoverian Troops in 1719. It was built as a defence for the area after the Jacobean Rising in 1715.
The building now lies as a ruin after the roof was burned when the barracks were captured by the Jacobean Army in 1746, although the main areas, used as stables and as a residential block are still intact.
Ruthven Barracks is a Category A Listed building (HB Number 7659).
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix S7000 (state of the digital art in 2005 – hehehe)
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