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This view of Caerlaverock is from the south-east and shows the most ruinous part of the castle, where the south-east tower and south curtain wall were destroyed in 1640.1 To the left of the centre is the outline of Criffell, a hill about four miles to the south-west of the castle across the mouth of the River Nith.
‘Caerlaverock Castle’, Undiscovered Scotland, accessed 23 April 2009, http://www
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