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Thread: Milkbank House and Hoddom Castle - Dumfries and Galloway

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    Wow.... very nice find!!... I love it!



    Your photos document it well but I'd really love to visit there in person one day I think :)

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    My late father was stationed at milkbank Castle during the second world war .,,, I wonder if this is the same place.??....

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodturner View Post
    My late father was stationed at milkbank Castle during the second world war .,,, I wonder if this is the same place.??....
    It's certainly possible it is. Had a quick scout and can't find anywhere else with the name Milkbank, like I say not very much info on this house but I'd love to know more.
    Was it this area where your father was stationed?

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    WOW what a fantastic place. Love all the fantastic stonework, and the balcony hidden away by folliage. Absolutely love those stables. :) Excellent pics. :)

    Excellent find mate, I love this. :)

    :) Sal
    GOOGLE is your friend :)

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    wow. fantastic.

    Thank you for bringing this place to my attention. We are coming up to Dumfries for our honeymoon next month and I had Hoddom castle on the 'to see' list, if this is close by, its on the list too!

    Thanks again, super location and great pics.

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    wow, that millbank house is a realy grand find i imagine it was a real grand place in itsday, i look back to the invention of time travel..haha thanks for the insite, some lovly pictures too, great contrast and lighting. Faing.
    The sound of children laughing makes me happy.

    Unless I'm all alone in an abandoned hospital and my torch isn't working properly.

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