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KINLOCH CASTLE, sitting at the head of Loch Scresort on the island of Rum, is one of the finest examples of the Edwardian age to be found anywhere in Europe.

The much-published photograph of the front hall and gallery, with its red carpet, portraits, animal skins, stags’ heads and rich furnishings, is recognised the world over.

The castle was erected in 1897 for its wow-factor and, boy, does it still have it, no matter what you might think of it or Sir George Bullough, who built it. It stands alongside Fingal’s Cave, the Cuillins, Inveraray Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse as one of the must-see places in Scotland on the globe-trotters’ lists. But just how much longer is it going to be around?

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