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Linlithgow Palace Sunrise

Linlithgow Palace Sunrise  - Copyright Dougie Milne Photography 2018

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An early November sunrise over Linlithgow, West Lothian.

Linlithgow has been a Royal Burgh since David I built a hunting lodge on the site of Linlithgow Palace in the 1100s. Being situated halfway between the castles at Edinburgh and Stirling, it was an ideal location for an overnight stay, saving the monarch the bother of returning to either of the castles after a long day's hunting. The present palace was begun by James I in 1424, with subsequent additions by James III, James IV and James V.

This picture was taken on 4 November 2018.