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COCKLAW TOWER

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Late 14th/early 15th century tower house, surviving as a shell. The stone-built tower is three-storeyed, with traces of 16th century wall painting surviving in the first floor chamber. The former prison on the ground floor was originally only accessible via a trapdoor from the chamber above.

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