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Crawford Priory

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Record Detail

  • Organisation
    RCAHMS
  • Alternative name(s)
    CRAWFORD PRIORY POLICIES
  • Canmore ID
    31613
  • Site type
    COUNTRY HOUSE (19TH CENTURY)
  • County
    FIFE
  • Parish
    CULTS
  • Council
    FIFE
  • NGR
    NO 34750 11269
  • Latitude, longitude
    56.289362N, 3.055687W
  • Archeological notes
    NO31SW 20 3475 1127.
  • Architectural notes
    NO31SW 20.00 34750 11269 NO31SW 20.01 NO 34749 11384 Dovecot NO31SW 20.02 NO 34208 10330 West Lodge, Gate, Gate Piers See also: NO31SE 44 NO 35145 11786 North Lodge, Gatepiers and Gateway to North NO31SE 104 NO 35016 11066 Sundial NO31SE 138 NO 34915 11482 Stables NO31SE 298 NO 35478 11492 The Kennels Cottage For Crawford (Family) Mausoleum (situated within Lady Mary's Wood fort and on Walton Hill at NO 35636 10310), see NO31SE 100. INFORMATION TAKEN FROM THE ARCHITECTURE CATALOGUE: OWNER: de Vere Cochrane ARCHITECTS: John Baxter c.1873 attributed designs for new house and additions to Original house David Hamilton James Gillespie Graham, 1813 Thomas Bonnar, painted decoration including private chapel William Little, Kirkcaldy additions 1870 & 1872 (? with Rodolph Fielding) Rodolph Fielding, domestic chapel, 1871 Reginald Fairlie, 1920. Alterations and additions including oak panelling for Lord Cochrane Walker & Pride, St Andrews, additions to North Lodge, 1956 REFERENCE: SCOTTISH RECORD OFFICE: Proposed addition to Crawford Lodge. Letter from Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford to Hugh Hamilton of Pinmore. She wishes [James]* Cleland and [ - ] Jack employed. 8 October 1809 GD 142/10/91-92x [*James Cleland 1770-1840: Architect] Addition to Crawford Lodge Letter from Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford to Hugh Hamilton of Pinmore. She considers that 'this Hall is raised under bad and awful auspices ...' and describes an incident when her dog howled 'in the most dreadful manner in the next room to the new building ... yet inspite of its cries would not leave the Dining room'. 2 January 1810 GD 142/10/96-97x Addition to Crawford Lodge Letter from Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford to Hugh Hamilton of Pinmore. She is annoyed that she has not heard from Messrs Cleland and Hamilton at what they estimated the expense of the New Building at Crawford Lodge, if completed she is anxious to know if her fortune will allow her to 'go through with the Gothic Hall according to Mr Hamilton's Superb ideas' or if she must content herself with something 'more humble and moderate'. 12 March 1810 GD 142/10/98 [*David Hamilton 1768-1843: Architect] Duplicate plans of addition to Crawford Lodge Letter (copy) from Messrs Cleland and Jack to Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford. They require to know if [James] Cleland is to make a set of plans for the tradesmen. [1810] GD 142/10/114 Letter concerning work to be done at Crawford Lodge, the amount Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford wishes to spend and the placing of the contract for mason work with Mr. Honeyman but marble and plaster work to be attended to from Glasgow. April 1810 James Clelland GD 142/10/2 Furnishings of Crawford Lodge Letter (copy) from Messrs Cleland and Jack to Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford. The furniture, ordered, is nearly finished as also the large mirror with the trellis work. The fir pillars look well but it is necessary to know what height the pavement behind the pillars is to be above the floor. the wallpaper should be ordered from London and it is suggested that a gilt moulding should surround the whole. [1810] GD 142/10/114 Building of an addition to Crawford Lodge Letter (copy) from James Cleland to Mr Honeyman. Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford has agreed to employ Mr Honeyman. Meantime he is to engage quarriers and masons and procure building materials. He is to inform Mr Cleland when he is ready to found the building. 18 April 1810 GD 142/10/114 Addition to Crawford Lodge Letters from James Cleland [Architect and Wright, 1770-1840] (Copies sent to Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford). The contract for the Mason work is to be placed with Mr Honeyman but the marble and plasterwork is to be undertaken by Glasgow tradesmen. Arrangements are to be made with Mr Ireland as to what joinerwork he is to do and what should be done in Glasgow. James Cleland is willing to oversee the work if Lady Mary approves 20 April 1810 GD 142/10/114 Proposed Addition to Crawford Lodge Letter (copy) James Cleland, Builder, to Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford. He suggests the terms of the contract and asks Lady Mary for her opinion. He proposes that Mr Johnston should be asked to draw the contract up. Expresses his willingness to superintend the building. Mr Honeyman will undertake the mason work but plumber, marble and plaster work should be done 'by persons from this place'. Mr Ireland is ready to undertake certain joiner's tasks straight away. 20 April 1810 GD 142/10/114 Addition to Crawford Lodge Letter from Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford to Hugh Hamilton of Pinmore. She complains of her treatment by Mr Hamilton 'In all which concerns the New Building' and is determined not to begin the Old Hall' until she has talked matters over with Hugh Hamilton. She dislikes Mr Cleland's proposals concerning the contract but she intends to employ him but with an estimate on 'a plan better suited for a Lady'. Quarrying of stone and difficult carpenter work are to be put in the greatest state of forwardness'. 10 May 1810 GD 142/10/115-117x Addition to Crawford Lodge Letter from Mary Lindsay Crawford to Hugh Hamilton of Pinmore. Although the building contract had not been completed, Mr Cleland had allowed Mr Honeyman, mason, to proceed with the work. Shortly after this she had received a letter from Mr Ireland in which he complained that neither he nor Mr Honeyman could continue because they were unable to obtain a Drawing from Mr Cleland. Lady Mary regrets employing Messrs Cleland and Hamilton. 23 May 1810 GD 142/10/118-119x Addition to Crawford Lodge Letter from Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford to Hugh Hamilton of Pinmore. She blames both Honeyman and Mr Cleland for demolishing the old building before the contract was signed. Lady Mary is determined 'to complete no part of this building but the outside walls, the servants' rooms and the large Hall. The furnishing of the Hall will be hereafter. In the meantime I say nothing of the last circumstances to Cleland ... Temporary furniture will be the answer for the present and the outside of the House will be beautiful when finished. 2 June 1810 GD 142/10/120 Addition to Crawford Lodge Letter from Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford to Hugh Hamilton of Pinmore. She requires ?400 for additional payments for the new building. 'This sum belongs to the three rooms, I have completed to render the present house more comfortable ... with having a Bedchamber and Dressingrooms removed from the Kitchen and having now completed a Servant's Hall, Pantry, Milk House and Butler's room ... it is my intention ... to complete this Beautiful Building in all which concerns the stonework ... if permitted to look so far on I shall finish the Lobby abd Great Hall which will be sublime'. 6 September 1810 GD 142/10/123 Addition to Crawford Lodge Letter from Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford to Hugh hamilton of Pinmore. it concerns the availability of money to pay instalments due for the work. The offices and servant's room are finished and the Hall should be roofed the following summer. 15 November 1810 GD 142/10/53-55x Addition to Crawford Lodge Letter from Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford to Hugh Hamilton of Pinmore. 'Mr Hamilton [David Hamilton, 1768-1843] having de....

Related material information

PRINT ROOM

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    Postcard. General view.
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    Engraving. General view.

SCANNED IMAGES

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    Crawford Priory Estate, Cults, general view. Oblique aerial photograph taken facing south.
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    Crawford Priory, Cults. Oblique aerial photograph taken facing north. This image has been produced from a crop marked negative.
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    Oblique aerial view
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    Chapel interior
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    General view from east

PHOTOGRAPHS

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    Aerial view of Crawford Priory, taken from the SW.
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    Aerial view of Crawford Priory, taken from the NW.
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    Aerial view of Crawford Priory, taken from the SE.
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    Aerial view of Crawford Priory, taken from the NW.
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    Aerial view of Crawford Priory, taken from the NE.
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    Aerial view of Crawford Priory, taken from the SE.
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    Aerial view of Crawford Priory and stables, taken from the SW.
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    Oblique aerial view
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    Aerial view
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    Crawford Priory. Fife-shire.
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    Interior. View of evening drawing room through ante room to morning room (or small drawing room).
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    View from E.
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    View from E.
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    View from south east
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    Aerial view
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    Crawford Lodge. West and south elevations. Attributed to John Baxter.
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    General view. Photographic copy of a watercolour. Sgd in bottom lefthand corner 'William Stuart 1827'
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    Crawford Priory. Plan of ground floor showing heating installations
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    Design for a house. End front. Attributed to John Baxter
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    Design for a house. End front.
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    Design for a house. Garden front.
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    Design for a house. Principal front.
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    Design for a house. Attic Story. Attributed to John Baxter
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    Design for a house. Lodging Story. Attributed to John Baxter
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    Design for a house, principal floor plan, attributed to John Baxter
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    Design for a house, kitchen floor plan, attributed to John Baxter
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    Photographic copy of 'Sketch for Tile Floor for Entrance Lobby' 'Kirkcaldy, July 1871'
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    Elevation, ground and 1st floor plans of a small farmhouse and steading.
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    First and 2nd floor plans of a small house. Insc: 'Wm Barclay. October 31st 1807.'
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    Crawford Lodge. First and 2nd floor plans.
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    Crawford Lodge. First and 2nd floor plans.
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    Crawford Lodge. First and 2nd floor plans. Yellow wash, showing as darker colouring, denotes additions.
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    Crawford Lodge, plan of Cellar.
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    Photographic copy of a scheme for alterations not carried out. Sections and elevations. Insc: 'Crawford Priory Fife. Proposed Alterations for Lord Cochrane of Cults.' 'Elevations & Sections to East Wing.' 'Walker & Pride. L.R.I.B.A. F.R.I.A.S. Chartered Archts. St Andrews'
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    Photographic copy of a scheme for alterations not carried out. Sections and elevations. Insc: 'Crawford Priory Fife. Plan of Proposed Alterations for Lord Cochrane of Cults. Elevations and Sections of North Wing.' 'Drawing No 10. Date July 1951. Scale 1/8" to 1'0".' 'Walker & Pride L.R.I.B.A. F.R.I.A.S. Church Square. St Andrews. Fife.'
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    Photographic print and negative of FID/181/7
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    Photographic print and negative of FID/181/5
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    Photographic print and negative of FID/181/4
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    Photographic print and negative of FID/181/3
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    Photographic print and negative of FID/181/2
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    Photographic print and negative of FID/181/1
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    View of interior of chapel. Text. Photocopied from a sale catalogue.
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    Mausoleum
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    Mausoleum
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    Exterior
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    View from east
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    Exterior detail
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    Exterior view
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    Fan-vaulted ceiling, Gothic Hall
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    Psyche Wallpaper Panels
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    General view. Photographic copy of drawing in House.
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    General view. Photographic copy of drawing in House.
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    Interior of Domestic Chapel Watercolour by Thomas Bonnai?
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    Porte cochere and entrance elevation
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    Rear elevation detail
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    Detail of rear elevation and main stair window
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    Interior. Detail of staircase
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    Interior. Detail of fireplace and wallpaper
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    Interior. Hall showing rib-vaulted ceiling and Findlay Lockie
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    Interior. Main stair hall heraldic stained glass window
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    Interior. Chapel detail of stained glass windows of SS Servanus and Regulus
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    Stained-glass window above principal stair
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    First-floor, stained-glass, east window of chapel
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    Ground-floor, drawing-room, detail of doorcase
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    First-floor, north bedroom, Psyche wallpaper panel
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    First-floor, north bedroom, Psyche wallpaper panel
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    First-floor, north bedroom, Psyche wallpaper panel
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    First-floor, north bedroom, Psyche wallpaper panel
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    First-floor, south bedroom, Psyche wallpaper panel
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    First-floor, south bedroom, Psyche wallpaper panel
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    First-floor, south bedroom, Psyche wallpaper panel
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    First-floor, south bedroom, Psyche wallpaper panel
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    First-floor, south bedroom, Psyche wallpaper panel
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    First-floor, south bedroom, Psyche wallpaper panel
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    First-floor, south bedroom, Psyche wallpaper panel
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    First-floor, south bedroom from south west
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    First-floor, chapel, arch-braced timber roof
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    Scale-and-platt stair, from south east
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    Scale-and-platt stair, from north west
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    Scale-and-platt stair, detail of balustrade and newel
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    Scale-and-platt stair, stained glass roof
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    Scale-and-platt stair, plan view of cupola above stair-well
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    First-floor, state dressing-room, detail of cornice and frieze
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    First-floor, state dressing-room, ceiling centrepiece
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    First-floor state bedroom, coved ceiling and cornice
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    First-floor state bedroom, ceiling centrepiece
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    Principal geometric stair, detail of inset mural and frieze
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    Principal geometric stair
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    Central corridor, south wall, detail of fireplace
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    Chinese room, north wall, detail of fireplace
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    Chinese room, north wall, detail of fireplace
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    Chinese room, north wall, detail of fireplace
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    Ground-floor, dining-room, fireplace in north wall
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    Ground-floor, dining-room, entrance-doorway, west wall
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    Ground-floor, drawing-room, cornice detail
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    Ground-floor, drawing-room, general view
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, west window, stained-glass armorial
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    Gothic Hall, west window, stained-glass armorial
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    Gothic Hall, west window, stained-glass armorial
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Gothic Hall, detail of carved panel
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    Ground Floor, Gothic Hall, view of fan-vaulted ceiling from south east
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    Ground Floor, Gothic Hall, plan view of one section of fan-vault
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    Ground Floor, Gothic Hall from north west
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    Ground Floor, Gothic Hall from east
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    Entrance Hall, plaque
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    Entrance Hall, doorway in east wall
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    Entrance Hall, detail of corbels
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    Entrance Hall, detail of corbels
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    Entrance Hall, detail of corbels
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    Entrance Hall, detail of corbels
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    Entrance Hall, detail of corbels
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    Entrance Hall, detail of clustered capitals
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    Entrance Hall, Tierceron Ribbed Vault
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    View of dovecot from south east
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    Ground Floor, Entrance Hall from south east
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    Lobby, north west wall
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    Lobby, plan view of ceiling
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    Lobby, view of ceiling
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    Stable Block, lamp detail
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    West wing of Stable Block, detail of Rhone brackets and windows
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    Stable Block Gate-House
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    South front of stable block
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    General view of roof from west
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    Pinnacles above south east front
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    Entrance-gateway from north east
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    North east wall, commemorative plaque
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    Courtyard frontage from north
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    Porte-cochere from west
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    South west frontage and porte-cochere
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    General view from west
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    General view from north
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    South east frontage, east entrance doorway
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    South east frontage
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    First-floor chapel, arch-braced timber roof
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    Principal geometric stair
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    General view from south
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    General view from east
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    General view from east
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    North elevation
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    South east elevation
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    South elevation
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    South elevation
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    Courtyard under construction
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    View of Gothic Hall after restoration (1873)
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    View of Gothic Hall as left by Lady Mary Lindsay Crawford (pre 1873)
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    Evening Drawing Room and Enfilade
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    Evening Drawing Room through Ante-Room
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    Morning Room
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    Library
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    State Bedroom
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    Psyche Bedroom
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    Chapel interior
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    Grapevine fireplace in Billiard Room
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    Grapevine fireplace in Billiard Room
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    Fireplace in Study
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    Bedroom Window detail, 1st floor
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    Psyche Wallpaper
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    East side and Tower
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    Drawing Room
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    Fireplace in Dining Room
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    Courtyard, from west
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    Detail, south west
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    View from south west
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    View from south east
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    Norman door on south
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    Vase to south in front of vestibule door
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    Psyche Wallpapers
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    Psyche Wallpapers
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    State Bedroom, window and door
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    State Bedr0om, doorway to Billiard Room
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    Semi-circular Fireplace
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    Fireplace in Gothic Hall
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    Vaulting in verstibule next to Gothic Hall
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    General view
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    Rear elevation
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    Front elevation

DIGITAL IMAGES

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    Crawford Priory. Fife-shire.

LIBRARY

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    Newscutting - 'Recording the Changing Face of Fife', Edinburgh Tatler, March 1970. Article and sketches by Roger Banks of Crawford Priory, Lady Wynd, Cupar and Kilmaron Castle.

PRINTS AND DRAWINGS

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    Part of a floor plan (? WmLittle) N.d.
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    'Craufurd Priory. Upper Floor' 'Cowan Street Kirkcaldy March 1870'
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    Second Floor plan (Delt W.L Little) Cowan St., Kirkcaldy 1870
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    'Plan as restored with additions 1872.' Ground floor plan. Set A 'Kirkcaldy January 30th/72 Wm Little Archt'
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    'Plan as restored with additions 1872.' Ground fl.mezzanine. Set A 'Kirkcaldy January 30th/72 Wm Little Archt'
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    'Plan as restored with additions 1872.' Plan of first floor. Set A 'Kirkcaldy January 30th/72 Wm Little Archt'
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    'Plan previous to restoration 1869' plan of first floor Set A 'Kirkcaldy January 30th/72 Wm Little Archt'
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    'Plan previous to restoration 1869' plan of ground floor Set A 'Kirkcaldy January 30th/72 Wm Little Archt'

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    Service court, east elevation
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    Service court, west entrance
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    Gillespie Graham, west elevation, detail of central bay
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    Crawford Priory Service court.
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    Crawford Priory Service court.
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    Crawford Priory Hamilton block, east elevation.
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    Crawford Priory Gillespie Graham and Hamilton blocks, south elevation.
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    Crawford Priory Gillespie Graham block, west and south elevations.
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    Crawford Priory Gillespie Graham block, west elevation.
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    Crawford Priory Service court.
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    Crawford Priory Gillespie Graham block, west and south elevations.
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    Crawford Priory Gillespie Graham block, west elevation.
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    Crawford Priory Approach

1st edition 6-inch maps

TitleDateOther parishes/counties
 Ordnance Survey six-inch to the mile, Fife, Sheet 171854