Blackness Castle Then and Now

Blackness Castle, on the shores of the Forth estuary, was acquired by the Ministry of Works in 1912 and was briefly reused as a military installation during the First World War. It was revamped during the 1920s to remove the more modern buildings within its walls and to restore its appearance as a medieval castle. Currently it is in the care of Historic Scotland and has been used as a film location for productions of Hamlet and Ivanhoe.

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